On 6/30/07, Albert Cahalan <acahalan@...> wrote:
> On 6/28/07, John Levon <levon@...> wrote:
> > In theory, I've changed the mailman interface so that subscribers
> > automatically get through, and /everything/ else is held for admission.
> > This should hopefully fix the spam problem to just us poor admins, and
> > we were already dealing with quite a lot
> I think that makes you do more work, assuming you
> do not start ignoring it. Going to the sourceforge site
> to wade through a pile of 80% spam is an unpleasent
> task. IMHO it is much more miserable than just deleting
> the spam as it arrives in your inbox.
> (and if you do ignore it, you've cut off bug reports)
There's a place for bug reports (the tracker).
At least in my Gmail account I have a filter that adds a label to the
mail coming from this list, and apparently that makes skip the spam
check. So people with this setup, people with no spam filters, and the
SF mail archive will benefit from this.
There's also the option to ask for a feature request in SF, but could
we please just try this for a while?