I just love putting my email into new forms knowing that I'm going to have the shit spammed out of me forever
@cobra2 me too, but it's still annoying when you want to e.g. receive their emails until the delivery arrives
@sir I've been creating a dedicated email address on the fly for such purpose and it's awesome for me so far.
I have a domain with Gandi.net and using their CLI to create an email forward is super easy, eg. `$> gandi forward create --destination firstname.lastname@example.org email@example.com`
It's a good balance between UX and not being spammed that has been working for me ^^
@pyrho I do the same thing, but I don't even have the extra step. All @cmpwn.com email addresses lead to the same inbox, so any email I want already exists when I think it up. Still, this isn't a perfect solution, because sometimes I need to receive a few emails from someone before I can start sending their spam to /dev/null
@sir throwaway aliases
cmpwn.com is a private Mastodon instance for friends of SirCmpwn.