Am 02.05.2012 18:16, schrieb Clay Weber:
On Wednesday, May 02, 2012 05:04:37 PM anj tuesday wrote:
Am 02.05.2012 16:40, schrieb gene heskett:
On Wednesday, May 02, 2012 10:39:59 AM anj tuesday did opine:
Am 02.05.2012 15:45, schrieb gene heskett:
On Wednesday, May 02, 2012 09:33:31 AM anj tuesday did opine:
With captchas like these, I've yet to manage to sign up for the
You got a better series of them than I did, and I also gave up. But I
should have known better, its a rare occasion indeed when the kde
folks care what the user wants. I have gotten the impression that
they will do anything they can to reduce the volume of incoming mail
while making it _look_ like they take feedback. Those capcha's are
intended to be human solvable while OCR techniques fail. But not
even I've Been Moved's Watson could solve those. Stuff them
someplace dark with a methane atmosphere, please.
Yeah, it feels like you're not supposed to actually manage to
sign up. But I wouldn't blame KDE for the vagaries of
Ubuntu Software Center...?
Humm, I coulda sworn this was the Kubuntu list.
Doesn't turn Ubuntu things into KDE things...
Or turn Captcha things into Ubuntu things turning into Kubuntu things
I have seen official Captcha reCaptcha images become unreadbale quite often
these days. I wonder if it is the quality of the content they feed out to all
the website authentication areas they service, or they have made it more
difficult to make it tougher for bots and spammers to break. Very frustrating no
matter the reason, as is the spam and porn that makes it through if sites ease
up on the verifications
Why would the unguessable or "wrong locale"-y ones (had some Greek
and Hebrew) even get rolled out? If computers can't "read" them,
wouldn't it have to start with humans consciously deciding to add them
(and their clear text "solutions")? Must be a sadistic bunch...
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