FreeBSD ports that you maintain which are currently marked
kris at obsecurity.org
Wed May 19 04:26:45 PDT 2004
On Wed, May 19, 2004 at 12:46:19PM +0200, Stefan Walter wrote:
> Stefan Walter in gmane.os.freebsd.devel.ports:
> >> portname: security/siphon
> >> broken because: Does not fetch
> >> build errors: none.
> >> overview: http://portsmon.firepipe.net/portoverview.py?category=
> > http://siphon.datanerds.net/ seems to have the missing file, but access
> > to it is forbidden. I mailed the responsible person.
> > http://gravitino.net/projects/siphon/ and various other sources indicate
> > the project's dead, though.
> The missing file is available as  now, but the person managing the
> site confirmed that the project is dead. Its OS fingerprints database is
> from 2000, and there's still net-mgmt/p0f, which seems to be actively
> developed and more up to date.
> If noone explicitly votes for keeping the port, I won't send a PR to fix
> it, so it'll be removed with the next garbage collection run.
>  http://siphon.datanerds.net/siphon-report.txt
Yeah, probably best to let it die. It was a good proof of concept
that has found better successors.
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