[antlr-interest] Antlr 3 document

Terence Parr parrt at cs.usfca.edu
Wed Aug 17 08:20:18 PDT 2005

On Aug 17, 2005, at 3:51 AM, Anthony Youngman wrote:

> Coming in rather late ...
> We really want some sort of "anti spamming" system if we have a wiki.
> There's a couple of simple solutions. As an example, go to
> www.pickwiki.com. You need an admin password to edit pages, and  
> there's
> a great big hint staring you in the face when you go to signup/login.
> Anybody who knows anything about Pick will guess the password in ten
> seconds flat.
> Just do something along the lines of "Admin password? How does the
> author of Antlr sign his emails". Or "What's Antlr's author's  
> surname".
> Something that anybody who knows anything about Antlr should know
> without needing to think.

Hi.  I've done this for antlr's contact and submit section and for  
the wiki you have to register which is usually not easy automatically  
and certainly has to have smarter software.  In people's experience,  
does this generally prevent spam comments?


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