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.. warning:: This package is not in active development. It's likely not functional with the latest Python and/or Django version. If you like to take over the project please contact me. =========================== django-comments-spamfighter =========================== This Django application contributes a moderation class to Django’s comment app that provides: * Check incoming comments against the Akismet spam database and either block them directly or add them to the moderation queue. * Check incoming comments against pre-defined keywords and either block them directly or add these them to the moderation queue. These keywords can be simple strings or powerful regular expressions. The documentation is online:: http://docs.mahner.org/django-comments-spamfighter/ Quick installation ================== Here is a quick installation guide for users who are familiar with comment moderation:: from comments_spamfighter.moderation import SpamFighterModerator class EntryModerator(SpamFighterModerator): # Regular options by django's contributed CommentModerator auto_moderate_field = 'created' email_notification = True # Spam fighter options # Check with Akismet for spam akismet_check = False # If Akismet marks this message as spam, delete it instantly (False) or # add it the comment the moderation queue (True). Default is True. akismet_check_moderate = True # Do a keyword check keyword_check = True # If a keyword is found, delete it instantly (False) or add the comment to # the moderation queue (True). Default is False. keyword_check_moderate = False moderator.register(Entry, EntryModerator)