2009/6/17 Tim Landscheidt
But, to be more productive: If Wikimedia mailing lists
were set up so that mails from non-members would need (si-
lent) moderators' approval, I'd volunteer for those queues.
Seconded, I like that idea. The majority of mailing list messages come from
members that have been around, and if it's a measure to combat spam then
yes, moderation seems a good idea! I have had many a message from a
Wikimedia mailing list go to my spam folder when it is perfectly alright,
and others that come through into my inbox when they are spam, which is
somewhat annoying. I would too volunteer to moderate!
I'm afraid the queue would be too much flooded by spam.
OTOH, the system could send to moderation / send message rejections, to
email addresses which it previously know. That is, if you ever
subscripted to any of the mailing lists, you won't get classified the
same as the random generated addresses.
Is this possible on our current software? Should we send a feature