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Re: Request for help - cleaning spam from the debian-boot mailing list archive

On Sunday 17 May 2009, Frans Pop wrote:
> On Sunday 03 May 2009, Frans Pop wrote:
> > I'm looking forward to a cleaner archive! If we share the workload a
> > bit, that should be possible.
> We now have a solid team working on this and if we keep this up it
> looks that in 4 or 5 weeks we can have d-boot virtually clean of spam
> for 2006 and later.

Excellent progress again. This week a massive 1125 spams got removed.
The number of new posts available for review remains fairly constant: 600.

It's also fairly clear what's left to do. "considered" is almost fully 
explained by "removed" + "classified ham" + the 600 available for review.
That leaves the difference between "nominated" and "considered" as our to 
do list. These are posts that have received at least one nomination, but 
not yet the five needed to enter the review stage. There will be some 
incorrect nominations in there, but I expect most to spams from months 
that have not had a full scan yet.

Updated status can be seen on:


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