XMPP Service Operators - 2019-02-18

  1. schaub

    @version jabberhead.tk

  2. schaub

    !version jabberhead.tk

  3. ivucica

    it took less than one day from disabling s2s whitelist module to start receiving spim

  4. ivucica

    might be time to study the problem space better than just whitelisting individual domains

  5. Ge0rG

    ivucica: welcome to the club. You are a bit late.

  6. ivucica

    yeah, whitelists are easy to use, but impractical if you wait on someone to add you to their roster :(

  7. Ge0rG

    ivucica: https://github.com/JabberSPAM/jabber-spam-fighting-manifesto and https://github.com/JabberSPAM/blacklist

  8. ivucica

    how wonderfully naive https://gitlab.com/senpie/xmpp-manifesto-for-freedom

  9. Ge0rG

    ivucica: there is an answer to that ;)

  10. ivucica

    yes, that's where i found the link

  11. ivucica


  12. Ge0rG

    ah well

  13. seantodd

    > how wonderfully naive https://gitlab.com/senpie/xmpp-manifesto-for-freedom Oh. Wow.

  14. ivucica

    I took a quick look and sadly that blacklist won't do the trick for me. Neither of the spims I received today came from the two domains listed :)

  15. ivucica

    It's probably too much effort for me to go and report spim to domain admins. Eh.

  16. Ge0rG

    ivucica: you know, this is exactly the attitude why that list only contains two domains. Also there are currently about 5 domains that dominated my top 10 list in the past that don't send any more spam.

  17. Ge0rG

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XCFmfpmz7yc for an insight into the other side.

  18. Ge0rG

    let me correct my stats. 19 domains successfully removed from the spam pool.