[Debian-lego-team] How did the spam make it to the list?

Dominik George nik at naturalnet.de
Fri Oct 14 14:13:11 UTC 2016

> As can be seen on
> <URL: http://lists.alioth.debian.org/pipermail/debian-lego-team/Week-of-Mon-20161010/000022.html >,
> a spam email made it to the team list today.  But I have set the list to
> moderate non-subscribers, and did not moderate the list today, so I have
> no idea how that could happen.  Anyone got any idea?

Because it is a real mail from the real Debian BTS for spam in a real
BTS bug, and you probably whitelisted mail resent from the BTS because
the list is package maintainer.


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