There are a couple of issues I want to bring up . . . the first is the spammer problem that seems to be hitting right now. I know the mods are on them very quickly, and kudos for the response . . . but could we put something up to stop them from getting in so easily?
Next up - if a question doesn't get responded to can it be closed or hidden after a certain time frame no response has been made? There are questions that are many years old and they still pop up . . . if I search for a solution they come up and there is no answer. If I have this problem, the question is x years old and nobody replied . . . what would be in my mind to use this as a CMS system?
Just a few thoughts from a longtime Silverstripe user and fan.
Thanks for this, you are right.... the spam is a pain that we have been proactively putting blocks in place and cleaning out.
These particular spammers we found however are actually human spammers... so any automated checks can ultimately be worked around (we know because we put some in place which only slowed but not stopped the spammers) but we'll keep thinking of ways we can improve.
What about the ability to flag a user and when flagged it stops comments from going in until further review? Or what about looking at the length of time between posts vs. the length of time/quality of posting? Some of these posts are happening pretty rapid fire, so limiting them would help a lot.