[SURBL-Discuss] Proposal for moving forward with JP list

Jeff Chan jeffc at surbl.org
Thu Sep 23 01:45:34 CEST 2004


On Tuesday, September 21, 2004, 10:32:16 PM, Jeff Chan wrote:
> On Tuesday, September 21, 2004, 3:18:43 AM, Jeff Chan wrote:
>> OK we heard back from Theo that we probably won't be able to get
>> JP into SpamAssassin 3.0, but we should be able to get it into
>> 3.1.  I believe the JP data and policies are different enough
>> that it should be a separate list within multi.surbl.org, so I
>> propose that we:

>> 1.  Add JP to multi.surbl.org now.

>> 2.  Keep the JP data in WS for now, so that regular 3.0 users
>> get the advantages of JP also (as part of WS).

>> 3.  Ask SA to put JP into 3.1 for future use, and most
>> significantly, separate scoring.

> OK We would like to proceed with the first part of this.
> We propose adding JP to multi on Monday September 27,
> but keeping the JP data in WS for now, and asking SA to
> add JP to SA 3.1 after that change next Monday.  We
> would want to announce the new list so that other
> programs using multi.surbl.org would know that the
> return values had changed.  That would give them some
> time if they need to make adjustments to their code.
> JP would get the 64 bitmask, as in:

>  2 = comes from sc.surbl.org
>  4 = comes from ws.surbl.org
>  8 = comes from phishing list (labelled as [ph] in multi)
> 16 = comes from ob.surbl.org
> 32 = comes from ab.surbl.org
> 64 = comes from jp list

> Does anyone have comments?

> Jeff C.

I'm going to assume a lack of comments means everyone agrees....

Jeff C.



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