Re: Bug#202373: traitor offstage
>> My question is, is `required=4.0' justified? How much score have the
>> most wired bug report with garbage, as bug info? A wild guess is
>> -0.0 .. 2.0, but 4.0?
> The question is at which point the false positives and false negatives
> are appropriate. The lower the score goes, the more false positives we
> have, which are more insidious and difficult to deal with than false
Yes, it seems like very message body independent, but smtp/gmane magic
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> Additionally, Blars Blarson actually examines messages within that
> range and adapts the rules to catch them in the future and deletes
> them from the bugs as appropriate.
> So yes, in short, it is justified.
So, hope this info will be helpful. Thanks.