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I'd also like to see a new area they can be moved to (or perma deleted). If a node is reaped for other reasons then I still want the option to drill down to see the contents. But there is no benefit for most of us to see the contents of a spam node, and they are starting to clutter up some of the sections that do not see many posts.

UPDATE: Starting to clutter.... My mistake. Looking at New Nodes I'm seeing total spam/total posts over the past 7 days:

  • PM Discuss: 8/13
  • Meditations: 38/41
  • Obfuscation: 1/1
  • CUFP: 4/6

Questions (SOPW) fares much better (mostly legit nodes with a sprinkle of spam) and spam seems to miss Perl News and the Polls (at least for the past 14 days). 38/41 for Meditations is atrocious!!

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In reply to Re: Spam! Spam! Spam! Spam! by Argel
in thread Spam! Spam! Spam! Spam! by BrowserUk

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