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Re: Bug#261093: ITP: libspf -- official ANSI C sender policy framework (SPF) library

Hmmm, I've already packaged libspf2 which is of course confusingly
similar. I'm not really in strong contact with upstream, but is there
a reason for these two separate libs?

* martin f krafft (madduck@debian.org) wrote:
> Package: wnpp
> Severity: wishlist
> * Package name    : libspf
>   Version         : 1.0.0 rc4
>   Upstream Author : James Couzens <jcouzens@6o4.ca>
> * URL             : http://www.libspf.org
> * License         : see below
>   Description     : official ANSI C sender policy framework (SPF) library
> libSPF is an ANSI[0] C implementation of the SPF[1] ("Sender Policy
> Framework").  libSPF's focus is to be as small and as portable as
> possible and to provide a working example of how SPF would ideally be
> implemented for authors of MTA's and implementors of RFC's 2821 and 2822.
> libSPF currently only implements[2] explicitly what is set out in the SPF
> Internet Draft as it was sent off to the I-D archive (
> http://archives.listbox.com/spf-discuss@v2.listbox.com/200405/0128.html) of
> which copy can be found at the libSPF website:
> http://libspf.org/files/spf-draft-200405.txt

Eric Dorland <eric.dorland@mail.mcgill.ca>
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