Ticket #140 (closed defect: fixed)
Unicorn submitter's e-mail address revealed in public changelog
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When a translator submits a translation of Unicorn via the web interface (e.g. http://validator.w3.org/unicorn/translations?ucn_lang=cs), the provided e-mail address is then made public on W3C's web page. Spammers skim the e-mail address from the web page and abuse the translator.
The following places show translator's e-mail address:
2. List of changes at https://dvcs.w3.org/hg/unicorn (3rd column shows Submitted by Name <email>)
The Unicorn's translation web interface should also note that the e-mail address provided will be made public. There is no privacy statement available.