nick.z.edwards at gmail.com
Sun Aug 24 05:07:10 IST 2014
Would it not be better to first fix the
I find it a bit ridiculous that you list URI shortners, like t.co and
others (yet strangely not fb.me)
its for that reason we dont and wont as an ISP, use your list. other
mailscanner users in my group were also mystified why, and wont use it
It's kind of like the old spews, list a /16 because of one or two
spammers, complete overkill
On 8/12/14, Jerry Benton <jerry.benton at mailborder.com> wrote:
> I would like to have content dynamically updated at some point. An example
> would be an optional Phishing updates, ScamNailer updates (after we fix it),
> etc. Also, versioning for content, a better wiki with better authoring
> control, etc. The debate has already gone back and forth over this mailing
> list regarding static vs CMS, so we don't need to rehash the same debate.
> Jerry Benton
> On Aug 11, 2014, at 11:55 AM, Richard Siddall <richard.siddall at elirion.net>
>> Hristo Benev wrote:
>>> Based on navbar-fixed-top
>>> I've created this
>>> Is CMS really needed? How many pages are changed and how frequently?
>>> AFAIK most of the changes are in the wiki.
>>> Development and version control could be done via GIT (or other VCS).
>> "Build A Blog With Jekyll And GitHub Pages"
>> Might suit a developer better than installing WordPress and a
>> Bootstrap-based theme.
>>> Do you have any comments?
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