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Re: Lots of (easily recognisible) spam sent to the BTS today

On Sun, 29 Oct 2006 16:02:41 -0800, Blars Blarson <blarson@blars.org>
>In article <20061020220558.GC19340@javifsp.no-ip.org> jfs@computer.org writes:
>>I'm not sure if anybody else is seeing this but I have seen (just today) 28
>>spam messages sent to the BTS. I've received them because they were all sent
>>to (at least) the 'www.debian.org' pseudo-package, and I have reported all of
>>them in the BTS' spam interface [1]
>We have a SA rule for this run now, but sending such hints to
>owner@bugs will get them seen much faster than debian-devel that I'm
>more than a week behind in reading.

So you really want to be manually informed about spam runs against the
BTS? Don't you notice unusual activity in some rrd-based monitoring


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