[pmwiki-users] cookbook fatal error on pmwiki.org
dspitzle at wash.k12.mi.us
Tue Mar 28 13:34:05 CST 2006
That's good to know, but how far back in pmwiki versions did that behavior first get added?
>>> "Patrick R. Michaud" <pmichaud at pobox.com> 03/28/06 11:15 AM >>>
On Mon, Mar 27, 2006 at 10:35:44AM -0500, David Spitzley wrote:
> Of late I've been hand modifying the files of spammed pages
> to get rid of the spam from the history. If we could actually
> drop the stuff from the history entirely as an administrative
> function we could solve both the length problem and purge spammed
> content from page histories so that it isn't captured by search engines.
Search engines shouldn't be capturing the page history content
anwyay. PmWiki's defaults:
1. Most common robots (Google, MSN, Yahoo!, etc.) that attempt to
access ?action=diff receive 403 Forbidden responses, not the
2. Even if a robot gets past the 403 Forbidden response, the output
contains a <meta name='robots' content='nofollow,noindex' />
tag telling the robot not to index the page.
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