POLL, please comment if you have an opinon:
Codeberg.org is being spammed by users using one-time/disposable email services and TOR connections. These spam projects with thousands of bogus issue comments, cause pain for project owners, and spam their notification email inbox. Also, Codeberg's SMTP reputation is harmed.
We consider disabling access via TOR and one-time email providers to maintain smooth operation for all users.
What do you think? Is there a better approach?
Please have your say.
@codeberg Right. This needs some thought. You want to stay accessible to software users who just want to create an account and make an issue right away so a lot of manual setup for users or blocking tor would suck.
I think you need a solution that lets new users participate, but lets existing users maintain the peace of codeberg.org.
@codeberg How about this:
- New users are allowed to create a maximum of X issues/comments per 24 hours through the web UI by default. No API use allowed.
- Optional: They are allowed to use the API to create issues on their own repos, but creating them on other repo's is not allowed.
- To be allowed to use the API and create more than X issues per 24h, a user needs to be approved by at least 2 already approved users.
@codeberg You'd need to make some sort of UI for users to grant/request approval but with something like this in place you can let your users take care stuff as a community.
@hugot Seems this would involve significant changes within gitea. Long-term a built-in trust-scoring system will surely be great, the gitea core developers will surely like this as well?
@codeberg Well I'd like to help out but my time is limited and my knowledge of gitea is nonexistent.
If you can find more people who are willing I'd be happy to take part and see what I can take on.
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