On 2007-11-28, Thorsten Froehlich <tho### [at] trfde> wrote:
> If you are serious about contributing, a login should be no burden at all.
> Think about it, please: If, on the other hand you don't really care about
> contributing, the work someone else needs to put into cleaning out the spam
> caused by anonymous logins would outweigh the few anonymous contributions.
> Thus, the overall net gain of anonymous logins is negative...
I agree. The signal to noise ratio needs to be kept to a minimum,
especially on things people might use for reference like a wiki.
For example, me. I'll be using it alot I would bet. Though I've used
Pov for years, I still need all the help I can get. Especially with
lighting. Hint, hint.
At any rate, passwords do help to keep down the riff-raff to some extent
and has been mentioned, Firefox will help to minimize the trouble. IE
will do this as well.
As a potential user, I'd appreciate it.
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