Re: http://www.mozilla.org/: User-generated spam2 Recommended Answers
Yes, I agree on the example.com and www.example.com point, but I meaning for sub-domains beyond "www". My point is that regardless if the website is a root domain or a sub-domain (i.e. www, blog, store, etc.), just give the fully qualified domain name of where the spam is found.
For example, here are some URLs and where it would be more helpful to list the FQDN and not just the root domain in the body of the spam action notice.
http://example.com/blog/foo/about >> "example.com"
http://www.example.com/blog/foo/about >> "www.example.com"
http://blog.example.com/blog/foo/about >> "blog.example.com"
In the three examples above, I believe the current webmaster setup would always say "example.com" in the spam action email at the root webmaster account. If a webmaster is a owner of a website with no additional sub-domains the FQDN addition doesn't cause any problems, but for webmasters of many sub-domains off of a root domain, this is a major benefit to quick resolution. I still think it is good that Google is blanketing the manual spam actions to multiple webmaster accounts and just a little more meta data would make it even better.
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