ijones at syntaxpolice.org
Thu May 25 19:56:27 EDT 2006
"Drew Yates" <yates at cse.ohio-state.edu> writes:
> mmm, I would say: "better to have a well-used and maintained website that
> could be temporarily and reversably vandalized than a never-used and
> outdated website that is never vandalized"
> I bet if you asked around other organizations, difficulty keeping the
> website active is a FAR greater concern than vandalism.
Most wikis I run have username / password for everyone, plus a guest
login / password.
FWIW, No password is not really an option. It's not a matter of maybe
occasionally getting vandalized, it's a matter of definitely often
getting spammed. I've never seen vandalism problems. Just put the
username / password on the front page.
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