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From "Marcus (OOo)" <>
Subject Re: OOo Bugzilla data import available for review
Date Fri, 26 Aug 2011 10:26:36 GMT
Am 08/26/2011 12:06 PM, schrieb TJ Frazier:
> Hi, Marcus,
> On 8/26/2011 04:30, Marcus (OOo) wrote:
>> Am 08/26/2011 08:04 AM, schrieb Herbert Duerr:
>>> On 08/26/2011 12:54 AM, Mark Thomas wrote:
>>>> The OOo Bugzilla data export provided to the ASF infrastructure team
>>>> has
>>>> been imported into a test instance[1] for your review.
>>> Excellent, thanks!
>> Yes, thanks a lot for creating the test inatance. :-)
>>>> Please review the import and report any *show stopper* issues to the
>>>> infrastructure team via the Jira ticket created for this import. [2]
>>> I'm not sure whether this is a showstopper issue for the new import as
>>> it obviously wasn't too important for the maintainers of old OOo-IZ, but
>>> many issues got spam-attachments
>>> I see that JIRA does a more sensible thing for such kinds of
>>> attachments, by replying
>>> "The attachment is not viewable in your browser due to security
>>> restrictions enabled by your Apache ooo Bugzilla administrator."
>>> but I think if it was possible to identify it would be even better if it
>>> was possible to remove the spam-attachments before they get imported
>>> into JIRA.
>>> An efficient to identify many spam-attachments in the JIRA import is to
>>> look for attachments by "Unknown", which works because many of the
>>> abusers of the old system got banned and their userid got deleted. An
>>> even better best way would be to directly scan for spam.
>> +1
>> I think the spam trash should be tried to deleted before importing into
>> a real system. Otherwise someone has to go over the issues (maybe
>> one-by-one, I don't know) and delete it manually which doesn't sound
>> very attractive.
>> Marcus
> If you know any way to delete spam en masse that would work better
> before (rather than after) an import, please suggest it.

No, sorry.

> According to the Bz manual, Bz can be configured to run CGI scripts.
> Perhaps finding "Unknown" attachments and deleting them can be
> automated. Otherwise, it looks like searching for spam itself, and for
> contributions from identified spammers, could take a while, but I will
> do it.


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