Why don't you help finish my programmable chip eeg project and then use what you learned and the results to then create your own project. Programmers like to reuse working modulas instead of reinventing the wheel.
I think I know how to dramatically reduce the amount of linkspam on the website i think if the administrators on this site protect pages that are frequently spammed such as Open Circuits talk:Community Portal that will reduce the amount of spam on this site because the spammers will not be able to edit those pages.--22.214.171.124 08:21, 2 June 2007 (PDT)
I just signed up a few minutes ago and noticed that there seems to be a lot of linkspam being placed by unregistered users. I don't want to exclude folk, but would only allowing registered users to edit cut down some of the spam? Autarch 09:53, 13 June 2007 (PDT)
You are right. Certainly that is one way to cut down on spam, and perhaps I will be forced to do that soon.
Another way, as you can see from Special:Ipblocklist, I've been banning a bunch of anonymous spammers.
But is there another, better way to reduce spam?
I want to avoid a problem I am starting to notice. Sometimes I see a tiny little typo or technopropisms or some other tiny little thing that I could easily fix ( http://communitywiki.org/WhyWikiWorks ). But someone has built a huge barrier that prevents me from helping. We want a system in a way that makes it very easy for anyone to help us. Certainly too much spam is leaking through just now, but I don't want to go to the opposite extreme and make people go through a big complicated procedure in order to improve a schematic or fix a typo. --DavidCary 21:39, 21 June 2007 (PDT)
I know how to greatly reducethe amount of spam without stopping anomyomus ips from editing you can install a spam filter like the one at my website EvoWiki we usually dont get much spam at EvoWiki because we have a spam filter.--126.96.36.199 15:01, 22 June 2007 (PDT)