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Re: Reopening bug closed due to SPAM



Le Jeu 21 Juillet 2005 15:22, Yaroslav Halchenko a écrit :
> > attached (valid) GPG/PGP signatures (from a valid developer?)"
>
> -- valid GPG signature present on public servers, not necessarily
> from a valid DD seems to be a valid scheme. I haven't seen any spam
> GPG signed yet

that sucks, I want to be able to close bugs, even if I'm using a M$ 
computer with no gpg plugin on it (on from an unsecure machine where I 
don't want to unlock my gpg key).

> -- another idea would be to use the same authentication as used by
> most of the mailing list servers -- verification of intent:
> confirmation email sent to the originating email address and reply to
> it keeping subject with a key code intact would verify that it was a
> valid request. Otherwise original request expires in a day or two if
> it doesn't get confirmed.
> Then anyone who wants automate this process writes a 2 liner procmail
> rule ;-)

that's way better.
-- 
·O·  Pierre Habouzit
··O                                                madcoder@debian.org
OOO                                                http://www.madism.org

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