Comments and Spam

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by Neil Godfrey

Vridar is getting over 400 spam comments a day. This is too much for us reasonably to be expected to regularly check in any detail.

We do know that some comments for some unknown reason do get caught up in spam.

So if you post a comment that does not appear immediately please do email either Tim or myself (see the contact info page for how) and we will rescue your comment from the spam bin.

(Unless, of course, we have already made it very clear to you that you are on our spam list.)

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