(I put this comment/query into an existing Security thread before I found this slot. Sorry, if you see the following there, also).
I have set up a VERY open Greymatter "weblog". I have a number of entries in it and have modified the templates for my use.
I am a happy Greymatter user.
However, I recently had some "machine entered" entries (by some idiots...) that place silly/ridiculous htm-stuff/links as text.
I monitor the entries on a daily basis and get rid of the junk.
However, do you have some ideas about what can be done using Greymatter to balance my desire to be "very open" for the user to contribute -- and, yet, make it "difficult" for idiots to write machine-entered data?
I was out today -- so, I have not had a chance to check the Mod Dev area. I might not get to it until Friday afternoon or this weekend.
I will also see what version of Greymatter I have used. I started using it a few months ago. I definitely have NOT tried any spam-control or something. All I did was modify the templates to fit my needs.
As I mentioned earlier: I was very happy with the fact that I was able to get installed/etc. and be usable "on my own". Thanks.
Thanks, as well, for moving this to this to a proper forum here.