Have a setting that allows the board administrator to either deny a submission that returns positive or add it to the moderation queue. Problem solved.zolcos wrote:Due to the potential for issues like false positives this would probably be best as a mod -- when something is in core it gives the impression that you can just enable it and not have to worry about it creating problems
True... I didn't think of that Changed my vote.MarkTheDaemon wrote:reCaptcha is already included as standard?keith10456 wrote:If it requires support/connection to a 3rd party I believe the feature should be a mod/ext.
What you're suggesting is what you wrote in your idea… which has a score of -6. This one has a score of 8.Martin Truckenbrodt wrote:Hello,
double idea: https://www.phpbb.com/ideas/idea.php?id=151
In my more than three year experience Stop Forum Spam, BotScout and IP-RBL DNS blacklists are much more helpfully to prevent forum spam as Akismet it is.
There are several ways to prevent false positives. Intelligent solutions can prevent them or at least they can reduce the risc of false positives very near to Zero.
To use only one blacklist/database will not have a fallback if this single blacklist/databse is down.
It should be something like a plug-in System (or several plug-in systems).
Why not to use third-party?
Please get out of your paranoia about false positives and third-party!
Martin why are you HIJACKING someone else's Idea? Please do not hijack other peoples idea topics with links to your own. Let the PEOPLE vote with their fingers, as they have in your ideas topic, of which 4 of the 7 down-votes are from regular users. At least two or three of them are mod developers, so it's not a case of callum or anyone else on the teams having a problem. It the case of you not accepting that others don't like your idea. Please remember phpBB.com's rules and don't hijack other peoples conversation with off-topic content.Martin Truckenbrodt wrote:Hi callum,
why you are storking me? What's your problem with mine?
You are not the people!
Statistically speaking it states quite a bit given the amount of total votes. Out of those that chose to vote 85% think it's a good idea.Martin Truckenbrodt wrote:BTW: 1, 6, 8, 10, 12, ... votes. Sorry, but this tiny number of votes says nothing!
Sorry but the top rated idea here "Expiration date for shadow topics" (no offense to the person suggesting it) but it only shows how much people are disconnected with reality.RMcGirr83 wrote:Statistically speaking it states quite a bit given the amount of total votes. Out of those that chose to vote 85% think it's a good idea.Martin Truckenbrodt wrote:BTW: 1, 6, 8, 10, 12, ... votes. Sorry, but this tiny number of votes says nothing!
In all fairness this idea was posted six weeks after Martin posted his idea/suggestion.bonelifer wrote:Martin why are you HIJACKING someone else's Idea?