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  1. Right now we have around 1-2 spam posts per 10 minutes. What do you propose to fight them?

    I plan to use the default theme because i like it. Now i have to customize it a bit.

  2. I though that because you included a link to a project on our blog.

    Thanks for clarifying this... Topic is resolved.

    Please Hero999 and audioguru be more polite on other members.

    I am not complaining to anybody. My first post informs that circuit-zone.com and electronics-diy.com post in their websites material that is lifted from other sites. I do not know where you get the impression that I want Electronics-lab to do anything about it.  I don't.  I believe there is a misunderstanding. You thought my complaint was with electronicslab (it isn't) and you offered to help and, because of your offer, I thought you may be somehow related to those websites. I think that is what happened.

    Again, I was just informing people that I found content from several websites, including this one, copied at those websites I mentioned. That's all.
  3. testa

    I am here to help clarify this issue. Please tell me which project do you think is copied without permission. Who is the other person that emailed me asking to remove stuff and i didn't reply to him... (you can send it to pm if you like)

    I would be happy to check these projects.


  4. Hello "testa"

    We often feature interesting projects found online on our blog. We always add a link to the source page and the page via which we found the project. In some cases the source website is proven not to be the original source of the project, but that isn't in our control.

    You should notify the page which has copied the project and didn't provided credits.

    What we can do on this case? I can add the original source page on the blog post. Just drop me a line.

    If you think i can do something more about this, just inform me.


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