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  Strip # 155 - The license - Non-competitive
(Monday November 13, 2006)

Last strip: #168 (Monday May 21, 2007)
Local time: Monday July 24, 2017 12:43:19 UTC

 
The Botmaker  
Strip #155 - Non-competitive
Due to not having enough free time, the site is on an indefinite hiatus.

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Sunday January 14, 2007
        Tomorrow's strip is already done and uploaded, so you're guaranteed there'll be a new strip tomorrow. Sorry for having missed last monday's deadline. I have a mind of trying harder to be on schedule. Sorry for the delay.

As for the spammers, I've set up a filter that won't allow anybody to insert a comment with a link, be it HTML or BB styled, nor a comment that begins with http:// as the first 7 characters. Hope that helps stop most of them spambots.
 
Friday December 29, 2006
        First off, I want to apologize for the lack of continuity this last month. The Botmaker is officially on holiday until January the 8th, when there will be a new strip, and weekly updates will start once again.

Secondly, I want to mention spambots. There's been a flooding of spam on the comments sections, with evil SpamBots leaving something around a hundred spam messages a week. This is very tiresome to you, who must endure the adds to read the comments, and to me, who must delete them. I'm considering what to do about it, and my main options right now seem to be:

a) Remove the commentaries altogether (but leaving the ones already there in place).

b) Coding a registration/login system so you must register in order to post comments, thus allowing for a way to filter spammers.

c) Leaving it just like this, but allowing posting only on the current strip, and having a maximum of 15 posts per strip.

So, what do you all think about it? I'd like to read your comments on the matter. Please use the COMMENT feature to leave feedback.


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