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RE: [edlug] Free Polling CGI's
Ah of course,that would affect us as well. Interesting.
Thing is as well, you could find the best technical solution, put legwork into implementing it, and then only a proportion of the list would use it, others would knock it down, and others would deny validity of any result anyway, as we have seen, So it's questionable really wether it's worth the effort.
(Message encoding - some clients struggle with mail from Outlook, bad luck).
From: Lee Kindness [mailto:email@example.com]
Sent: Thu 04/03/2004 16:59
To: Peter George
Cc: Ed; firstname.lastname@example.org; Lee Kindness
Subject: [edlug] Free Polling CGI's
> [ can't quote due to incorrect msg encoding, don't ask how I viewed
> it! ]
Only allowing one vote from a single IP isn't the way forward
though. For example all hosts at csl.co.uk appear to have the same IP
and thus multiple members from these hosts wouldn't get a vote.
Making use of the "X-Forwarded-For" HTTP header to differentiate
between users with the "same IP" on different machines is a step
forward. However I managed to bust this on the last poll by using my
Linux box and a VMWare WinXP session running inside it (with a
Just pointing out the technicalities - not interested in the vote!!