I found that Moderation System Module is best solution to restrict spammer, advertiser, abuser etc. It is a best way to restrict inappropriate, vulgar post from being published on the site.But I also knew that you have made it for your In-house personal use and don't sell it to other. But this module is greatly needed on most of the OSQA site. So will you sell it now? Or in future??

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asked 05 Dec '12, 01:54

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MODERATION SYSTEM MODULE is the module which when activated restrict the new user who has less reputation point below specified point to publish their question/comment on the site. The specified point of this site meta.osqa.net is 25. When new user post a question/comment then it first go to moderation queue and a moderator approve it, reject it, delete it , edit it. If moderator approve it then it get published to the site otherwise not. This is best solution to get the abusive, inappropriate post away from site. And the site get free from spam and spammer.

(11 Dec '12, 03:15) Irfan Alam

@ TO EVERYONE WHO SEE THIS QUESTION: Those who find this Module Important and wanted to buy it are requested to Vote Up, so that developer know that how Important it is for others too and how many people wants to buy it. It may change their view to use it In-House purpose to open source use..

(11 Dec '12, 03:21) Irfan Alam
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