Anti-spam question proving difficult for non-native English speakers

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05 Jun, 2009 10:00 AM

We've got quite a few customers around the world who speak English as a secondary language.

The anti-spam questions (e.g."What's the opposite of bad?") are super-obvious to native speakers, but rely on idioms that aren't necessarily obvious to non-native speakers.

I'd be happier to deal with deleting the occasional spam post than to make it hard for my customers to get support. I'd love an option to switch the anti-spam question to be something e.g. based on arithmetic.

e.g. 4 + 2 = ?


  1. 1 Posted by Will on 18 Jun, 2009 08:00 PM

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    Thank you for the feedback, I'll pass this along to our development team and we;ll try to revise the spam logic questions to be more globally friendly.

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