Account creation temporarily disabled
Even though the Create Account page states, quite clearly, that users cannot make edits without asking me for edit rights, I still get several accounts a day created (perhaps this is spun out off-shore to some shady outfit that pays a penny per spam to a bunch of people who know their way around MediaWiki but can't read English?).
The big clue is that the user name and the email address bear absolutely no relationship - especially when a number of recent users give the same email address at the domain canoneost3icam.com (seems to be a site flogging Canon EOS T3 cameras - would this have been the spam?).
Anyway, for now, account creation has been disabled. I'm going to go through and clear out users where there's a huge disparity between user name and email information (like one's a boy and one's a girl...!). I'll also look to see about hardening the registration process.
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