[wp-hackers] Re: Spam Karma goes GPL
wp-hackers at striderweb.com
Mon Jul 21 14:39:26 GMT 2008
On Jul 19, 2008, at 4:05 AM, Peter Westwood wrote:
>> I'm not good enough to take it over myself, or I'd be all over it.)
> SK2 hasn't been updated (AFAIK) in over a year and it still works
> well for me!
> I don't think that SK2 in it's current form is worth onward
> development - but the ideas that are there are very good.
I haven't had a good hard look at the code yet, but I plan to.
If anyone on this list is interested in the continued development of
SK (and it seems there are many), it has an official page on Google
Except on such as Peter's regarding rolling it into WordPress itself
(something I would support)
> I would like to get the ability in the core to hook multiple plugins
> into the comment processing process and allow SK2 style comment
Certainly the concept of multiple tests that are aggregated is a good
one. Any given test can be tricked, but the concept of Spam Karma is
to roll multiple spam solutions into one and allow them to work in
tandem. More effective than each working separately.
Even if people here think the code is not up to snuff, the concept
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