spam from lists @projects.openmoko.org
thomas at gstaedtner.net
Tue Feb 17 12:51:30 CET 2009
On Tue, Feb 17, 2009 at 10:00 AM, Jozef Mlich
<xmlich02 at stud.fit.vutbr.cz> wrote:
> i do not know what i should do with spam from projects.openmoko. A
> sample of the spam you can see in attachment.
> I have deleted all lists in project administration and still receive
> this spam. I have already written message like this to
> projects.openmoko.org admin, but i hadn't received any response. (maybe
> wrong address)
> So instead of development of any fancy application for openmoko i have
> to solve spam problems )-; Maybe i rather delete whole project.
> Jozef Mlich <xmlich02 at stud.fit.vutbr.cz>
Probably you should start reading the posts that are actually _not_ spam.
If you did, you'd know that this was a one time problem and has been resolved.
Sean personally replied to this.
Probably you should not make mountains out of molehills and not make
such a fuzz about mere nothing.
Several mailinglists (also debian and Co.) received that shit - in
this case it hasn't even reached the list, this means that it comes
from a not even registered 3rd party user and is in the review queue.
joejoe at users.projects.openmoko.org is the list admin for your project,
I assume that's you.
So you are getting this requests, just deny them, filter them, or ask
the projects webmaster ( webmaster at projects.openmoko.org ) to check
the global filters.
You are not getting spam by projects.openmoko.org, you're getting spam
by external people to the list you administrate. As you are
responsible for this, I think you can even completely deny requests
from unregistered users.
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