ticket tracking software
hans at fugal.net
Wed Apr 19 07:27:21 MDT 2006
On Tue, 18 Apr 2006 at 13:20 -0600, Gregory Hill wrote:
> > trac absolutely rocks. The subversion and wiki integration make for
> > powerful collaboration system too. It's highly adaptable. We've
> > altered and extended trac to handle 6 different departments, and
> > integrated it with out ldap server. It is by far the best one I've
> > seen. Even better it is written in python, so it is extensible and
> > modular.
> The main beef I have with trac is it displaying email addresses in plain
> text which spam crawlers pick up. I received absolutely NO spam on my
> email account before posting a bug to a system using trac. Now I get a
> few a day (still not horrible, but I preferred receiving no spam).
> I wish they'd obfuscate it in some way. Reading on their site, it's been
> a reported bug for over 2 years with no solution as of yet (just arguing
> about what the best method would be).
> Of course, that could be an issue with the others as well, I have no
I have an analogy for this. Better to have an immune system than live
your life in a clean room.
With a simple bayesian filter I recieve something like 400 spam on a
low-volume day and see 1 or maybe 2 a day make it through the filter. I
haven't had to worry about where my email address shows up in years.
Hans Fugal ; http://hans.fugal.net
There's nothing remarkable about it. All one has to do is hit the
right keys at the right time and the instrument plays itself.
-- Johann Sebastian Bach
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