Will it be comprehensible to take a nickname calling me Anti-Anti-SpamBot to convey the idea that communication on internet (like commenting in blogs, registration and posting in forums, etc.) became practically impossible without tools facilitating posting, like spam bots?
- Anybody can ask a question
- Anybody can answer
- The best answers are voted up and rise to the top
Anti-anti Spambot seems to insinuate a fondness for Spambots.
How about instead: "The Anti-Spambot Aficionado". But in Spanish, that will increase the girth of its awesomeness.
EDIT: Terribly sorry, late night spelling let me down.
I disagree with Miel. I don't think Anti-anti-spambot means that you are pro-spambot per se, only that you are against measures taken to defeat spambots. This may be a small distinction, and you may well be a fifth-columnist, or someone who wants to buy peace for our time, or are just kinky that way.
I'll offer a parallel: People who are against childhood vaccinations are not necessarily for the disease in question.
Anti-anti-spambot would convey the idea that you are pro-spambot, not why that is your opinion.