Steinar Bang | 1 Jun 21:47 2007
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Suppressing cancelled articles in Gnus

Is it possible to have Gnus suppress reported spam articles, on gmane,
that have been cancelled from the summary buffer?

I have studied the manual but I haven't found something usable.

Is the cancel information even available in the NOV files?
Pete Forman | 6 Jun 16:57 2007

Re: Suppressing cancelled articles in Gnus

Steinar Bang <sb <at> dod.no> writes:

 > Is it possible to have Gnus suppress reported spam articles, on
 > gmane, that have been cancelled from the summary buffer?

I use xref to give a negative score to reported spam articles on
gmane.  While looking at spam in a summary use V c to select a score
file for all the gmane groups and then L x s p ...  Presumably a kill
can be done using a similar technique.

My all.SCORE file looks like this.

(("xref"
  ("gmane.spam.detected:" -1000 nil s))
 ("from"
   ...
  ("Steinar Bang" nil nil s)
   ...

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Steinar Bang | 6 Jun 17:22 2007
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Re: Suppressing cancelled articles in Gnus

>>>>> Pete Forman <pete.forman <at> westerngeco.com>:

> I use xref to give a negative score to reported spam articles on
> gmane.

That only takes those articles that are initially marked by
spamassassin as spam.  Those are the ones that are crossposted.

However spam that's reported, and approved, is cancelled, and not
cross posted to gmane.spam.detected.

What I was wondering was if it was possible to detect the cancelled
state from NOV information, and scoring down on that?
Olly Betts | 6 Jun 17:31 2007

Re: over 37 years ago I asked about "phrase search", any progress?

On 2007-05-21, Miernik <public <at> miernik.name> wrote:
> Great, but my main point was to ask how far you are to enabling phrase
> search?

Probably most of the way (in particular Xapian 1.0.0 has now been
released), but some work remains to be done and I'm reluctant to give a
timescale as it depends on how busy I am with other work and I don't
want to disappoint.

It should be less than 37 years though!

Cheers,
    Olly
Lars Magne Ingebrigtsen | 8 Jun 03:00 2007
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Re: Suppressing cancelled articles in Gnus

Steinar Bang <sb <at> dod.no> writes:

> What I was wondering was if it was possible to detect the cancelled
> state from NOV information, and scoring down on that?

Nope.  The NOV data isn't updated on the server when an article is
cancelled. 

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Rémi Letot | 8 Jun 11:05 2007
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Re: Suppressing cancelled articles in Gnus

Lars Magne Ingebrigtsen <larsi <at> gnus.org> writes:

> Steinar Bang <sb <at> dod.no> writes:
>
>> What I was wondering was if it was possible to detect the cancelled
>> state from NOV information, and scoring down on that?
>
> Nope.  The NOV data isn't updated on the server when an article is
> cancelled. 

Hello,

I don't know much about nntp so maybe what I say is nonsense, but
would it then be possible to crosspost the articles to the spam group
before canceling them ? There has to be a way to detect and remove
those messages from the summary buffer...

Thanks,
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Lars Magne Ingebrigtsen | 8 Jun 11:19 2007
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Re: Suppressing cancelled articles in Gnus

Rémi Letot <hobbes <at> poukram.net> writes:

> I don't know much about nntp so maybe what I say is nonsense, but
> would it then be possible to crosspost the articles to the spam group
> before canceling them ?

Nope.

> There has to be a way to detect and remove those messages from the
> summary buffer...

Not without statting the articles themselves, or re-generating the NOV
file. 

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Thufir | 13 Jun 03:15 2007
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posts dissapear

My posts to rubyonrails-talk <at> googlegroups.com only work through the 
google groups interface and not through the gmane interface. I haven't 
tried e-mailing the list, but as posts through google groups works fine, 
that doesn't seem necessary.

the only e-mail address I use for gmane and google groups is 
"hawat.thufir <at> gmail.com" and I use the same e-mail address for both.

"Gmane Autoauthorizer <auth <at> gmane.org> 	Sun, May 13, 2007 at 8:08 AM
To: hawat.thufir <at> gmail.com
You are now authorized to post to the
gmane.comp.lang.ruby.rails newsgroup."

I have the above e-mail, and just now looked at it.  gmane posts fail 
silently, I don't get an e-mail that it failed nor that it passed.  I 
suppose I could subscribe such that the actual list gets delivered to my 
e-mail account...

Posts via gmane were working.  Posts via the web work.  what's up?

-Thufir
era eriksson | 13 Jun 10:49 2007
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spamassassin-announce list moved (?)

There are no recent messages in gmane.mail.spam.spamassassin.announce -- I'm not
certain if this corresponds in time with when the list was moved from
SourceForge to Apache.org several years ago, but this would seem plausible. 
There are several on-line archives of the list, so I don't think they object to
having it on Gmane.

http://mail-archives.apache.org/mod_mbox/spamassassin-announce/

The old location
https://lists.sourceforge.net/lists/listinfo/spamassassin-announce has a
prominent notice that the list has moved (although you have to click forward
links for a while to reach the new location).

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halbtuerke | 13 Jun 10:39 2007
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Search Broken?

Hi there,

I can't reach http://search.gmane.org/.
Is the server down?

Thanks in advance

Gmane