And its all well and good reporting them but really, say we did report them and you banned that account whats to stop them making another fake account and doing it all over again ?
As jammr has grown various types of spammers have appeared and have been dealt with. Usually it's enough to make spamming more difficult (time consuming) rather than 100% preventing spamming. I like the ideas that you are proposing, fading in newcomers is a graceful way to prevent noisy users from becoming too loud before you get a chance to mute them.
As Bo stated in another post these people are going to damage someones hearing.I really don't want my hearing damaged as a result of using this app.
As I explained in Bo's thread, this is a case of an incorrect and dangerous audio setup outside of jammr. No application can ever fix that because it doesn't know the absolute volume that the listener experiences. Never turn up the last element in the audio chain so loud that it's painful and attempt to set the audio level by reducing volume in an earlier element in the audio chain.
Protect yourself by setting volume at the last element. This also results in the best signal-to-noise ratio. If you have any concerns then all I can say is use jammr at your own risk and stop using it if you are unsure if your setup is correct.