Anthony I'm only going to say this once, either shut the fuck up or put your
money where your mouth is and develop and propose a valid replacement, and
stop wining when others take actions that are deemed necessary for the
betterment of wikimedia related projects. UserAgents are not a big deal,
Domas is doing a good job at addressing problems, when you have a massive
drain on the servers for no apparent reason and no method to even attempt to
identify the source (except IPs) and a majority of these are probably
wannabe live mirrors full of spam, or broken automated algorithms some
action is better than nothing especially because most of those idiots wont
know how to fix their broken programs.
On Tue, Feb 16, 2010 at 9:00 PM, Anthony <wikimail(a)inbox.org> wrote:
probably are missing one important point.
We're trying to make Wikipedia's service better.
I'm sure you are. But that doesn't mean I agree with your methods.
Probably everything looks easier from your armchair. I'd love to have that
Then stop volunteering.
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