Re: Bug#684128: down the memory hole
On 04/04/2013 12:05 PM, email@example.com wrote:
> Do you think there is any way that the relevance of posts to a bug
> report can be determined, without reference to the context in which they
> appear, *all the preceeding discussion*?
So far as I can see, nobody doubts your intentions. But you appear to
overestimate the time a spam reviewer commits per message to make that
snap judgement "spam or nonspam?" ... *click*
You've been told why your message had the appearance of spam. I concur
with the reasons given by others so far. Nobody is arguing this was
anything more than a "false positive", nor should you waste any further
effort trying to justify why it wasn't spam nor why any careful reader
would see it as anything but nonspam.
Just take care in future that the style of communications you used
triggered someone's "wetware spam filter" with a false positive. Learn
and move on.