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Scott Kitterman wrote:
I think that most of us would agree that making it easier to set up SPF
checking is an important goal for the project. To that end, I think we
need to see what we can do to package RFC 4408 compliant versions of SPF
related programs for all major Unix like operating systems (and Windows
Yep! Count me in.
Working on splitting the postfix-policyd-spf-perl out from the
Mail:SPF:Query package. Once it's split out then I'll work with
whichever Perl literate programmer I can get to do it and update it for
I think we should not make substantial changes to Mail::SPF::Query <2.000
anymore. I'm going to work on Mail::SPF::BlackMagic (a Mail::SPF
descendent providing all the black magic of Mail::SPF::Query such as local
policy, best-guessing, trusted-forwarder.org accreditation checking, etc.)
over the next few weeks. As soon as that one is finished, I'm going to
rewrite Mail::SPF::Query to be a wrapper around Mail::SPF::BlackMagic and
release it as version 2.000.
In those terms, a new M:S:Q upstream release is already being worked on (I
have local modifications in my working copy of the Subversion repo, and
postfix-policyd-spf-perl has already been removed from it).
Until then, can we live with postfix-policyd-spf-perl being distributed in
the M:S:Q package?
What's the time limit for new packages to be accepted for the April(?)
So, what distributions do you use and what can you do (we can help) get
them up to speed.
I am a member of the Debian Perl Group (though not formally a Debian member
at this time), so I can get the various Perl modules into Debian.
Besides that, I am slowly working on getting accepted as a member of the
Debian project. When that happens, I plan on adopting the currently
orphaned libspf2 packages and potentially getting other SPF-related stuff
into Debian. That isn't going to happen before June or so, I guess, due
to Debian's bureaucratic procedures.
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