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From "Matthew Lloyd" <gmane-apa...@matthewlloyd.net>
Subject Re: modules.apache.org sold my e-mail address to spammers
Date Mon, 21 Jun 2004 07:30:29 GMT
Hi Paul,

Thanks for the detailed response... sounds like I was jumping to
conclusions. Looking forward to seeing a new modules website soon.

-- Matthew

"Paul Querna" <chip@force-elite.com> wrote in message
news:1087789920.3190.18.camel@localhost...
> On Sun, 2004-06-20 at 20:22 -0700, Matthew Lloyd wrote:
> > Dear Apache community,
> >
> > I submitted a module to modules.apache.org (mod_log_firstbyte) a month
or
> > two ago. When I filled in the form, I supplied a *unique* e-mail address
> > that I have *not* used *anywere* else - apachemod@matthewlloyd.net.
> >
> > 1) This e-mail address is now receiving spam. There is only one way this
can
> > have happened. The folks who run modules.apache.org must have sold my
> > address to a spammer.
>
> I am 99% sure that did not happen.  My best guess is that a spammer is
> harvesting the 'apache-modules-announce' email list.
>
> > 2) I have never been able to log in to update my module and when asking
for
> > a replacement password I have never received a reply from
amq@covalent.net.
>
> I don't think the people at Covalent are actively taking care of the
> Modules Website. :(
>
> > I think you all need to be warned of this - it's a disgrace that this
site
> > is a subdomain of apache.org! Something needs to be done...
>
> Yes yes, as a separate issue, It needs to be updated/redone, its on my
> TODO, and I have sent out request for comments on a new design, but only
> received one reply.
>
> -Paul Querna
>
>
>




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