> Since there is a new .spec file that turns on all of the DSO modules
> including mod_ban set to be checked in, should the checked in
> proftpd.conf file also enable the mod_ban section, turning it on by
> default?


No. Since the mod_ban module is new, there are likely bugs in it which
warrant *not* being on by default. If packagers (e.g. Debian, FreeBSD,
etc) want to enable the module for their users; fine -- but it is not
something that I feel should be part of the default proftpd.conf shipped
with the proftpd source.

Besides, what mod_ban rules would suit everyone's individual environments?

TJ

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