Re: Why are there so many beginner "how to code" questions on this mailing list?

  • From: Campbell Barton < >
  • To:
  • Subject: Re: Why are there so many beginner "how to code" questions on this mailing list?
  • Date: Fri, 10 Aug 2012 12:44:21 +0200

Thanks for the reply, can't these guys be removed from the mailing
list? (blacklisted by the admin or so?)

On Fri, Aug 10, 2012 at 10:11 AM, Paolo Scarabelli 
< >
 wrote:
> Hi Campbell Barton,
>
> Many of the messages about coding are made by spammers to promote a
> website. It's not visible in the mailing list but if you look at
> original post in the forum you will see a link supposed to increase the
> page rank of the advertised website.
>
> In example:
> ===========================================================
> Hello all,
> What is the use of the pointers?Why they used?
>
> Delhi Luxury Hotels
> ===========================================================
> http:// bookdelhihotel .com/5-star-hotels-in-delhi.html
> (Link broken on purpose)
>
>
> I believe they are guys in an internet cafe working for a SEO agency. To
> disguise the spam they try to post questions which are more or less
> related to the topic of the forum.
>
> They are particularly annoying because there are nice guys on the list
> trying to help other users and the spammer makes them waste their time
> for nothing.
>
> Well, not always, the "pointers" thread could be useful for a beginner,
> but others are so basic they would be hardly useful to anyone.
>
> In the php forum they even asked: "what's the difference between php and
> html?".
>
>
> Regards,
>
>
> Paolo
>
>
> On 08/09/2012 05:54 PM, Campbell Barton wrote:
>> Hi, I'm on this mailing list because Im interested in how netbeans can
>> work as a C/C++ IDE,



-- 
- Campbell


Why are there so many beginner "how to code" questions on this mailing list?

Campbell Barton 08/09/2012

Re: Why are there so many beginner "how to code" questions on this mailing list?

Paolo Scarabelli 08/10/2012

Re: Why are there so many beginner "how to code" questions on this mailing list?

Campbell Barton 08/10/2012

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