man, we had such b e a u t i f u l l spam already, these admins delete everything :) MattisManzel 16:51, 9 Mar 2005 (CET)
Slight activites on off-topc / spam here only. Spammers seem to delete each other. K, less work for us. We are all inclusive, we tolerate spam on this one specific page of our wiki. We tolerate it for a while and we occasionally delete spam, especially if we really' do not like it. Basically spam is information and we rather try to organize information than to suppress it. We will never give more than a small part of our bandwidth, CPU-load or disk-space to spam but we try to exist with this noise, surrounded by this noise, knowingly that we are mostly noise ourselves. MattisManzel 16:31, 13 May 2005 (CEST)
MattisManzel 19:47, 17 December 2005 (CET): A very interesting spam indeed. There is a special aesthetics about it that I don't really grok yet.
Imagine wiki-farms just with that. We must use spam (I mean passively, by tolerating it in a clever way), spam used right is a super-sword. ;)
Could I use this technique on ordinary text?
Works, I love it.
Please, I'm a published writer and I discovered wiki to be the right place for me to write. And I write freely. So take this as what it is, please: just an idea of mine. If wiki and opensouce developed an internal home `a la freenet for itself, and moved in there, we could leave the whole rest of the internet, google and all to the spammers. All you'd have to do to read it and participate to it would be to install a lttle client-program. It asks you on install what part of your drive you want to offer as space for the common serverload, freenet defaults 150 Megabyte. This cannot be switched off unless you switch off all computers that run the client. Web 3.0