Increasing amount of spam on the mailing list

2011-07-25 Thread Karl Kloppenborg
Hi All Willy, I am seeing an increasing amount of spam / viral infection data coming across the mailing list. Surely, like surely you don't need an entirely open mailinglist, it's so easy to implement a verification of identity confirmation these days? I am even happy to help in

Re: nbproc1, ksoftirqd and response time - just can't get it

2011-07-25 Thread Dmitriy Samsonov
Hi! First of all thanks too all on this list for helping me to setup and configure haproxy. Thanks to Willy for haproxy. I thought it is a good idea to save somebody like me some time configuring Dell's servers for haproxy to meet DDoS or other traffic-intensive task. Solution is - get rid of

Re: Increasing amount of spam on the mailing list

2011-07-25 Thread Allan Wind
On 2011-07-26 09:25:42, Karl Kloppenborg wrote: Surely, like surely you don't need an entirely open mailinglist, it's so easy to implement a verification of identity confirmation these days? I filter spam so the main problem I see is bounce messages which are sent to the list for some strange

RE: Increasing amount of spam on the mailing list

2011-07-25 Thread Karl Kloppenborg
Whilst I agree that you can filter, it's not exactly responsible that the mailinglist have this many viral infections running across it... Karl Kloppenborg Head of Development Phone: 1300 884 839 (AU Only - Business Hours) Website: AU http://www.crucial.com.au | US http://www.crucialp.com

Re: nbproc1, ksoftirqd and response time - just can't get it

2011-07-25 Thread Willy Tarreau
Hi Dmitriy, On Tue, Jul 26, 2011 at 03:51:20AM +0400, Dmitriy Samsonov wrote: Hi! First of all thanks too all on this list for helping me to setup and configure haproxy. Thanks to Willy for haproxy. I thought it is a good idea to save somebody like me some time configuring Dell's servers

Re: Increasing amount of spam on the mailing list

2011-07-25 Thread carlo flores
I love the suggestion and offer to administrate the mail list (and I too volunteer), but, ultimately: whatever. SPAM is part of most any list and the more time the guys spend on one of the best pieces of software in the world, the better. I happily skip these messages in hopes Willy Cyril and the