Yay! Spam handling!

Well, now my spam problem is (partially) taken care of. Today I added trackbacks to the IP blacklisting plugin, added a plugin to send e-mail notifications for new trackback pings, and added an interface to delete trackback pings. After I burn them in for a few days, I'll put up a new release.

I would have liked to just release the plugins, but it turns out that isn't possible. You see, I haven't actually touched the trackback code since I first added it. As a result, the trackback class wasn't raising any events for plugins to hook into. In fact, the class didn't even have a delete method. So I had to add all of that. The good news is that now it's taken care of, so hopefully in the future I can just release plugins.

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