From: Nick Trout <nick@ro...> - 2003-11-12 00:31:37
> Is there an easy way to "reinitialize" WikiSandBox? That seems to be
> favorite place for people to hide URLs to help boost their Google page
> In addition, as people come in and try stuff out, that page grows
> never delete their experiments :-) to the point that it's difficult
> people to match up the page content with what they see in the
Can you revert the page back to the original?
Or you could use ACL's to store a copy that no one else can edit and
then you can copy and paste it into the sandbox?!
>> Is there an easy way to "reinitialize" WikiSandBox? That seems to be
>> a favorite place for people to hide URLs to help boost their Google
>> page rank.
Nick> Can you revert the page back to the original?
[ several other responses from other people not included ]
Thanks for the inputs. I wound up just pasting the <textarea> contents into
an XEmacs window, trimming anything that didn't look useful for newcomers
and then updated the page. I was hoping for something truly trivial. The
problem of people leveraging their page ranks by adding links to Wikis from
popular sites is probably not a big deal. It just irritated me enough that
I was hoping for a cleaner solution than picking through the detritus
looking for bogus URLs.
From: Roger Haase <crosseyedpenguin@ya...> - 2003-12-12 15:44:32
--- Juergen Hermann <jh@...> wrote:
> You can also prevent people from saving pages that have certain
> texts in them (add the DNS name of the spammers to the exclude
> lists and they're not able to add any links to their site).
Exclude lists? Where are exclude lists defined? The only thing I could
find that was similar was hosts_deny in the configuration options.
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