The mail/py-spf port was several versions behind. I have contacted the maintainer (mnag@FreeBSD.org, message pasted below) but did not hear back from him/her. The version in the ports right now is 1.6, while 1.7 is from (2006-07-31 13:45) and the latest is 2.0.3 from (2007-01-15 11:49).
I therefore took the liberty of updating the port, and offer to become the maintainer of this port.
Date: Sun, 28 Jan 2007 16:57:53 +0100
From: Koen Martens <firstname.lastname@example.org>
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I was planning on adding a couple of spf related ports to the ports
collection, and saw you are maintaining the py-spf port. It uses a
rather old version though, the one by Terence Way. Development of
that module has continued in other hands now (Stuart Gatham has
taken over, together with Scott Kitterman).
Anyway, I am an active member of the SPF community, and was
wondering if you would mind handig over maintainership of the py-spf
port to me so i can update it as new version are released.
K.F.J. Martens, Sonologic, http://www.sonologic.nl/
Networking, hosting, embedded systems, unix, artificial intelligence.
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Over to maintainer
mnag 2008-04-13 16:25:16 UTC
FreeBSD ports repository
mail/py-spf Makefile distinfo pkg-descr
- Update to 2.0.4
Submitted by: Koen Martens<gmc___sonologic.nl>
Revision Changes Path
1.5 +6 -13 ports/mail/py-spf/Makefile
1.3 +3 -3 ports/mail/py-spf/distinfo
1.3 +15 -7 ports/mail/py-spf/pkg-descr
1.3 +9 -0 ports/mail/py-spf/pkg-plist (new)
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Committed, with minor changes. Thanks!