DBA Kevlar

Tips, tricks, (and maybe a few rants) so more DBAs become bulletproof!

DBA Kevlar and New Users on Site

FYI-  If you want a login to my site, I’m going to have to approve you-  know why?  Because 99% of logins on WordPress on a daily basis are spammers trying to find a way to use different WordPress sites to peddle their wares.

If I know you through my social media circles, you know where to email me and yes, I will gladly give you a login.  If I catch your login as the daily “User Approver” email onslought, then yes, I will approve you.

Anyone technical from the database or development world is welcome here.  Your comments, recommendations and feedback are always welcome when it comes to the database topics I post about…Spam from the “We shall assault thee wordpress site for all its might”?

Not so much… :)

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2 thoughts on “DBA Kevlar and New Users on Site
  • Stew Ashton says:

    Hello Kellyn,

    I have been following your blog for about a year I think. I am not into social media, but I would like to continue following you. If you want to know my bona fides, you can look up “Stew Ashton” on the otn fora or on asktom.oracle.com, to both of which I contribute.

    Hoping to continue to read you,

    Best regard, Stew

  • dbakevlar says:

    Hi Stew,
    For those that have been on the site, wishing to read and comment, the issue is no big deal. I still approve comments like I’ve always done, the issue is for those wanting a login to the site. I, along with most WordPress site owners, I’m sure, have a huge amount of those that only want a login to try and spam the site. I’m working hard to keep that from happening.
    Thanks again!
    Kellyn

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