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Old 08-05-2011, 02:04 AM
Olly Betts
 
Default Removing Spam from the Listarchives (was: Debian mailing lists archives as mbox

On Thu, Aug 04, 2011 at 11:01:22AM +0000, Cord Beermann wrote:
> [we should seperate the GSoC-project from the ListArchiveSpam efforts]

Indeed, I've dropped soc-coordination.

> as i wrote the review-stuff explained in
> http://wiki.debian.org/Teams/ListMaster/ListArchiveSpam#new_web-based_effort_to_flag_spam.
> I'm always interested in better methods to recognize spam.

If it would be useful, I can probably provide a list of message-ids for
the messages from debian lists on Gmane which have been flagged as spam
and approved as such (by the team of volunteer spam report handlers).

Feel free to mail me privately to sort out details if you'd like this
data.

Gmane just regards vacation messages, unsubscribe and other list
commands sent to the list itself, spam backscatter, etc as "spam",
rather than having a separate flag state for those, but the reports have
been reviewed by a human, so should be higher quality than the
unfiltered reports from clicks on the "Spam" buttons.

Cheers,
Olly


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