It’s been brought up a few times over the past few years, but I’m wondering if in all the new improvements the Skritter team has plans for identifying and isolating leeches? What’s everyone’s opinion - is noticing them yourself and starring/banning them enough? Or would it be really useful if Skritter told you? I don’t use Anki or any other software that has in-built leech detection so would be interested to hear views of those who do.
Leeches explained by @SkritterOlle:
Nick: “Yeah, I had some code for this, but it wasn’t very accurate, so I turned it off as less than helpful based on user feedback, with the intention of reviving it when I had more time to get it going again. It’s one of the features we’re considering doing soon.”