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Hi Dries! Long time, no see!
GaSP uses a system called SAPTCHA to battle spam, and so far, it seems to be working perfectly for me.
Does that mean I am relying on security through obscurity? Not at all! I’m just pointing out that a small, nimble project, starting out on the modern web, doesn’t need to make the same assumptions that you did back when you started coding Drupal.
Dries, you and I skyped last a little over a year ago. And, a lot of what you said, that day, and at events over the years, has had an impact on me, and how I approached designing GaSP. I have learned so much by studying things that you have built.
That said, GaSP seems to be the antithesis of Drupal in many ways. And, that’s a good thing. Drupal is a wonderful framework, but no single framework will ever be the solution to all problems. Too many Drupal developers seem to suffer from the old saying, “if all you have is a hammer, everything looks like a nail.”
My website is not a nail Dries. So, Drupal (and mollom by extension) are not the tools that I need to get the job done.
Thanks for everything!
I’ve learned so very much!