Now that's an interesting spam attempt for a change. With Geeklog, we were lucky to be taking part in Google's Summer of Code program again in 2009 and announced that on our site. The program has since ended and there isn't really much to post about right now. But tonight, someone tried to leave a comment on our announcement post.
The content of that comment has apparently been lifted from a blog post by one of the mentors of the Django project (who also participated in GSoC this year). Other than GSoC, there's no connection between Geeklog and Django, so there's no reason to post that on our site, especially not months after the fact.
The thing that did trigger our spam filter, though: In the original post, it says
Christopher Cahoon, "Improved HTTP and WSGI Support". Our spammer friend here replaced the "WSGI" with the words "web design" and a link to hostseeq.com. HostSeeq is a site pretending to help you find a web hoster ("seeq", get it? How lame ...). From the looks of it, it only seems to spam for itself all over the place.
For the sake of completeness: The spam comment came from an IP in Pakistan (188.8.131.52).