[Xmonad] (OT) Fwd: Constrained resize for floated windows

Isaac Dupree isaacdupree at charter.net
Sun Oct 21 18:48:27 EDT 2007

Brandon S. Allbery KF8NH wrote:
> On Oct 21, 2007, at 12:50 , Isaac Dupree wrote:
>> Brandon S. Allbery KF8NH wrote:
>>> The main problem with such a submission point is that most 
>>> "submissions" would come from spammers.  (*grumble*)
>> Are spammers really smart enough to put "darcs patch: " at the 
>> beginning of the subject line, and attach a darcs patch (e.g. reject 
>> any subject line that doesn't contain "darcs patch", at least if it's 
>> from someone who has never sent a message that's been accepted by the 
>> address/list)?  If they don't sign up, and aren't given access to list 
>> archives, I don't see how spammer-machines could automatically find 
>> out...
> Sadly, spammers aren't just machines, and the people behind the machines 
> seem to actively seek out ways to target even the most unlikely 
> recipients.  I've given up on trying to understand their logic beyond 
> "all possible recipients in all possible ways at all possible times".

the odd thing is that haskell.org and other mailman mailing lists don't 
seem to get spammed.  Even though anyone can register any e-mail address 
instantly (in the most common configuration)


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