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Re: spews.org alternatives for spamd.conf
> > argentina.blackholes.us
> > south american country, what more needs be said ? : )
> > brazil.blackholes.us
> > ditto
> > cn-kr.blackholes.us
> > china and korea, what more need be said ? : )
> It is very sad to find such a prejudice in a Open-minded list. I can't
> talk for China and Korea, but OpenBSD has a developer in Argentina, and
> I've seen good contributions for OpenBSD coming from Eduardo Alvarenga.
> Ok. We have spammers. And which country doesn't ? The goal here,
> starting with this list, is to be Open, and if you don't get it, go read
> One should also read Theo's statements. I'm yet to find a freedom
> defender like himself.
Don't put words in my mouth.
I came up with the idea of spamd, and I fully support the idea of
national spam lists. You might notice that spamd supports layered
blacklists and whitelists. If you really care, you can start making
white lists for your country. But no, it is easier to moan and groan
People will use those national blacklists. And they will use them
because of irresponsibility in those nations. And the only way for
such nations to get out of this pit is to start becoming more
responsible. So stop moaning and groaning. It's pathetic.