That Ted Cruz link still on the rss feed. Echojs is still advertising that site right now.
Hey! I want to report that, at least at this moment, the rss feed is still showing that ted cruz spam link, even if the article was already deleted!
The idea of a "report spam" link sounds interesting.
Perhaps, if the account that posted the alleged spam article was recently created and the article was reported by at least certain number of users (4 users or something), the article could be automatically hidden from view, until an admin manually approves it, or delete it. But instead, if the person has certain reputation, then, it will only be a flag for the admin to check, and will not be automatically hidden.
The idea would be to have the ability to hide the spam articles as fast as possible, but at the same time, prevent the possible abuse of the "report spam" link, to hide articles that some people could just don't like.
(That last part may sound weird since echojs is not a politics site, but remember how passionate some people get about things like the whole semicolons debate!)
The rules of EchoJS say:
* No link to summaries, only link to original content
* No URL shortened links, only real links to pages
So, posting a link to a tweet that links to an article is wrong, the right thing is to directly link the article.
Good for him! God bless them
The spam is strong in this one.
+1 chiptunes music forever!