[linux-elitists] Spam filters
rick at linuxmafia.com
Fri Mar 27 22:41:34 PDT 2009
Quoting Matthew Palmer (mpalmer at hezmatt.org):
> Conversely, ignoring a common vector for spam because it isn't handled
> by your chosen anti-spam method isn't the mark of a clueful person,
You seem to be furiously arguing with an assertion made by nobody among
present company. I do hope you're having fun.
> Yes, reputation systems have their place, as long as you can tie the
> reputation to a persistent identity.
This statement is both unsupported and dubious on its face. But no, I'm
not going to be your chosen debate partner. Bother someone else.
Cheers, "Learning Java has been a slow and tortuous process for me. Every
Rick Moen few minutes, I start screaming 'No, you fools!' and have to go
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