[ejabberd] MUC Spam Control
mickael.remond at process-one.net
Sun Feb 18 17:22:43 MSK 2007
Le 16 févr. 07 à 17:00, Peter Saint-Andre a écrit :
> On conference.jabber.org we have started to see spammers coming
> into chatrooms, leaving a few links, then leaving -- but their spam
> links are in the room archives forever, search engines pick them
> up, and probably www.jabber.org is therefore considered some kind
> of spam hole. Not good.
yes, this is a good idea.
> Support for SPIM Reporting (XEP-0161) may also be helpful.
> Are there other aspects of MUC spam that I am missing?
I think the first was user refering to profanity filtering. This is a
module we have developed and are using internally.
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