Hi, * Kevin Mark <firstname.lastname@example.org> [2006-02-22 09:24]: > On Wed, Feb 22, 2006 at 08:20:45AM +0100, Nico Golde wrote: > > * Kevin Mark <email@example.com> [2006-02-22 07:51]: > > > On Tue, Feb 21, 2006 at 01:07:39PM -0700, Shaun Jackman wrote: > > > > Is it possible to mark a particular message to the BTS (as in > > > > ###@bugs.debian.org) as spam? This information could be used for > > > > filtering the web page reports, or possibly training the spam filter. > > > > > > > there was added a 'button' on all bug-number pages to 'mark as spam' on > > > near the bottom but IIRC it was marked as an experimental project to > > > only collect data for future use. If this has been implemented and > > > affect filtering, I guess the list-master would know. I guess some > > > script-foo could be used to 'click' the spam 'button' on the web page > > > but not my me x-) > > > > I also had the idea of making it available via mail so I can > > make a shortcut for mutt/ng and a little shell script. Don't > > know what happened in the meantime. > as a mutt user, I'd happily look for a mutt addition to click a few keys > to help kill evil spam ! At the moment the spam-report.pl script uses: <input type="hidden" name="listname" value="debian-devel" /> <input type="hidden" name="msg" value="msg00065.html" /> <input type="hidden" name="date" value="2005/09" /> To identify the message, this wouldn't work with a MUA so the idea came to my mind was to identify the Mail with the message-ID. Paskal Hakim asked what happens if someone fakes the message-ID in the old thread about this topic. Well this could happen, so someone has another idea? Regards Nico -- Nico Golde - JAB: firstname.lastname@example.org | GPG: 0x73647CFF http://www.ngolde.de | http://www.muttng.org | http://grml.org Forget about that mouse with 3/4/5 buttons - gimme a keyboard with 103/104/105 keys!
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