Moderated distro-pkg-dev message disappeared?
mark at klomp.org
Wed Mar 23 01:41:06 PDT 2011
On Sun, 2011-03-06 at 10:20 -0800, Tim Bell wrote:
> >> That was the SPAM killer cron job:
> >> Discarded held msg #1442 for list distro-pkg-dev
> > What made it decide to discard it? I can tweak the script that
> > sends the commit message if necessary.
> The reason the message was held in the first place was that user 'mark
> at icedtea.classpath.org' was not subscribed to distro-pkg-dev. This
> happens when the mercurial username != the subscriber username. When
> I approved the held message this time around, I ticked the 'always
> accept email from this user' box, so future messages won't be held.
> The cron SPAM filter only looks at held messages. What triggered it
> was the word 'officially' in the held message. I removed that word
> from the regex as it is too general. Other strings such as 'C L I C K
> H E R E' are excellent predictors for SPAM.
Got another one that silently disappeared:
List: distro-pkg-dev at openjdk.java.net
From: jvanek at redhat.com
Subject: reviewer needed: Generating about, authors... from NEWS,
Any idea why?
> > I am not afraid of the command line :)
> > Just don't know how to get at it.
> Unfortunately, that is not mine to give out. Check with Mark Reinhold.
I added Mark to the CC.
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