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Re: Spam on this list


From: Derek Robert Price
Subject: Re: Spam on this list
Date: Mon, 01 Mar 2004 12:12:14 -0500
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Well, I just switched on the bug-cvs content filter to remove most MIME
attachments and convert HTML to plaintext, so that may help a bit.  I've
also opened a ticket at GNU.org asking them to explain what other spam
filters might be in effect for info-cvs, so I might be able to do more
later.

Derek

Paul Gelderblom (ptok) wrote:

> I recently subscribed to this list, and am somewhat put off by the
> amount of spam it generates.
> It's much worse than info-cvs.
> Maybe the settings can be changed to allow only subscribers to submit
> (I'm not sure how info-cvs manages to stay much cleaner).
> Of course I can try to filter locally, but it's still a waste of
> bandwidth.
> Or is it essential to keep this list open to all to avoid missing
> important bugs sent by non-subscribers?
>  
> Paul Gelderblom
>  
>
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