hey -mentors, about a month ago i posted a request for sponsorship for a package i was working on. i haven't had any offers for sponsorship from folks other than my advocate, and i was hoping to reach out a bit with this. any takers? you can get it from: deb http://cs.swarthmore.edu/~finney /debian/packages/ deb-src http://cs.swarthmore.edu/~finney /debian/packages/ and the description is at the bottom of the email. regards sean Package: sugarplum Version: 0.9.9-3 Priority: optional Section: misc Maintainer: sean finney <firstname.lastname@example.org> Depends: apache-common | wn, wenglish | wordlist, perl, sysvinit (>= 2.84-3) Recommends: logrotate, wwwconfig-common Architecture: all Filename: debian/packages/sugarplum//sugarplum_0.9.9-3_all.deb Size: 26970 Installed-Size: 180 MD5sum: bf207261c3b15348ee5a09ef646c2862 Description: an automated and intelligent spam trap/cache-poisoner Sugarplum is an automated spam-poisoner. Its purpose is to feed realistic and enticing, but totally useless or hazardous data to wandering address harvesters such as EmailSiphon, Cherry Picker, etc. The idea is to so contaminate spammers' databases as to require that they be discarded, or at least that all data retrieved from your site (including actual email addresses) be removed. . Sugarplum employs a combination of Apache's mod_rewrite URL rewriting rules and perl code. It combines several anti-spambot tactics, includling fictitious (but RFC822-compliant) email address poisoning, injection with the addresses of known spammers (let them all spam each other), deterministic output, and "teergrube" spamtrap addressing.
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