[tighturl-users] [Tighturl-users] api and killbot
Michael Taboada (AI5HF)
ai5hf at hotmail.com
Wed Oct 27 22:29:01 EDT 2010
I was just wondering if you might have any idea why my links were showing up
every time in my killbot entries now.
Also, (and I hate to bug you, I just am really anxious for this feature), is
the API coming along?
If you need to have access to my configuration to test the killbot thing
that happens on mine, or to see why it might be happening, I would be happy
to give you access.
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msn: ai5hf at hotmail.com
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From: "Ron Guerin" <ron at vnetworx.net>
Sent: Sunday, October 03, 2010 4:31 PM
To: "Michael Taboada (AI5HF)" <ai5hf at hotmail.com>
Cc: <tighturl-users at lists.tighturl.com>
Subject: Re: [tighturl-users] [Tighturl-users] api and killbot
> Michael Taboada (AI5HF) wrote:
>> I found most of my kill bot emails in my spam folder, so that seems to
>> be why I wasn't getting any emails from it.
>> However, it makes me a little worried.
> That used to happen to me until I whitelisted the sending address. If
> people submit spammy links to you, this will happen.
>> Every time the cron runs, Cron Daemon sends me this:
>> PHP Deprecated: Comments starting with '#' are deprecated in
>> /etc/php5/cli/conf.d/imap.ini on line 1 in Unknown on line 0
> That's an exceedingly poor decision made by the PHP people that they
> really ought to reconsider. Comments starting with # are the very
> definition of what comments should start with for about 40 years now.
> Nevertheless, it's nothing to do with TightURL. Your Linux distro put a
> standard comment in your imap.ini file, and the PHP people exercising
> very poor judgment, have apparently decided this is deprecated behavior.
> Note especially, that TightURL does not require, in fact does not use
> IMAP. You'll see the same thing (or in the error logs) in any script
> you run from cron or not.
>> Also, the kill bot , every time it runs, sends me the same report that
>> claims that two urls were added, and the urls happen to be the same
>> ones each time.
> That certainly should not be happening, and I don't know why it is, but
> I'll look into it.
> - Ron
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