This queue gets about five or six spam messages a day, so if I think that a subject and sender looks like spam, I tend to ignore it until I see a message that doesn't look like spam. This normally isn't a problem, but today I found a legitimate message that'd been in the queue for over a day because the user that sent it was using a hotmail account and I'd been ignoring it. Ooops.
This raises a nasty question: Has spam turned me into a domain bigot? Get your own domain name or I'll discriminate against you - you'll have a much longer wait for a posting. Scary thoughts.
In completely unassociated news, I've been playing around a lot with
CGI::Untaint (and Class::DBI::FromCGI) and getting my head in a
complete mess. There are some situations where I need the extraction
handlers to legitimately return undef. The only way to tell this apart
from a extraction failure is to check the undocumented
error method in CGI::Untaint.
After much scratching of head, we now have a new release of Test::CGI::Untaint that deals properly with undefs.
Head all confused. Must go to pub now.