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From Noah Meyerhans <fr...@morgul.net>
Subject Re: SOUGHT 2.0 ?
Date Fri, 14 Nov 2014 17:57:11 GMT
On Thu, Nov 13, 2014 at 02:08:30PM +0100, Axb wrote:
> >>As Alex has said there's a need for mirrors etc. - that could
> >>potentially be the biggest impact on volunteers (assuming they offer
> >>to help with that aspect) since they will be a more public facing
> >>contribution and it would be great if it didn't spend more time
> >>offline than online.
> >
> >What sort of disk space requirements? I'd be happy to run a mirror,
> >London or Hemel Hempsted, UK, so long as you don't need too many gigabytes.
> 
> 5 MB for rsync mirrors is more than enough.
> Rule files should not exceed 50KB or they hog SA performance
> Mirrors should be well connected (no volume restrictions). If rules
> become popular, they'll get thousands of requests/day.

I can help here, with ipv4 and v6 connected hosts at mit.edu and/or
linode.

> >Also could perhaps provide data if the process isn't too difficult to
> >set up. I don't have much mail throughput compared to some here, and
> >it's mostly UK-English-speaking, but I do have a variety of different
> >mail users.
> 
> We need trap domains which relay spam or point MX recs directly to a
> couple of specific servers - user reports are not reliable and can
> hadly provide enough data to make it worth the effort.

Can also help here, both with trap domains and mail processing, as
necessary.

I wonder if creating a separate mailing list for this project might make
sense at this point. Or do folks think we should keep working via the
main SA lists?

noah


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