wbrown at arkie.net
Sun Aug 20 06:51:55 CDT 2006
I think this is a great idea Patrick! It's difficult to maintain a
cookbook black list when PMWiki changes. As part of the core that
wouldn't be a problem.
As to chongged, it seems to catch quite a bit of stuff and it finds most
of my "new" spammers on their first hit. Moinmaster is probably
"better" but that is just because you can add an user id and add your
Patrick R. Michaud wrote:
> On Sat, Aug 19, 2006 at 12:54:11PM -0400, Neil Herber wrote:
>> At 2006-08-19 09:52 AM -0500, Patrick R. Michaud is rumored to have said:
>>> As we discussed earlier in the year, PmWiki really ought to
>>> have blocklisting built in to the core, so I'm planning to
>>> add that soon. Having looked at the mt-blacklist.php recipe
>>> a bit it's likely that I'll include some sort of "shared blocklist"
>>> capabilities as well, and host a blocklist on pmwiki.org (that
>>> can be used in addition to other blocklists).
>>> Any other comments or thoughts?
>> My 2 cents worth: make the core blocklist something like Hagan's
>> csmb-blocklist script which has proved to be 99.9% effective for me.
> I'm planning to incorporate both the csmb-blocklist script features
> and the mt-blacklist features into the core script.
>> I would not use a shared blocklist except for selecting initial
>> entries to populate my own local list(s). Having farm-wide and
>> wiki-specific blocklists is a big plus.
> This will of course remain possible -- I'm just adding the possibility
> of using shared blocklist as well. (And the shared blocklists will
> be able to come from servers other than pmwiki.org, should an
> administrator wish.)
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