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Re: spam hell
Re: spam hell
30 Jan 2002 17:17:44 +0100
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>>>>> "Rupert" == Rupert Wood <address@hidden> writes:
Rupert> Lars J. Aas wrote:
>> : Why not close the list then? IMHO it's so easy and fast to join
>> the : list so that requiring that you are a member if you want to
>> post is : OK.
>> I wouldn't mind this personally, but I seem to remember there were
>> some strong opinions against this the last time it was brought up.
Rupert> The sources.redhat.com/gcc.gnu.org solution is to:
Rupert> * accept all posts from subscribers * RBL-filter posts from
Rupert> non-subscribers * maintain a 'global-allow' list for
Rupert> RBL-blacklisted non-subscribers who want to post
Rupert> It works quite well but I imagine it would need changes to the
Rupert> whole gnu.org mailsystem rather than be implementable
Rupert> per-list. Details here:
There is no point in debating about spam here, it becomes spam by
itself. What is needed is someone that manages to convince the FSF to
protect their machines. I tried, and never got answers.
Finally, making these list closed is wrong: there are about as many
posts from people from outside than from inside. And bug-* can
obviously not be closed.
RE: spam hell, Rupert Wood, 2002/01/30
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