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I recommend altering the sampling spot & frequency, once the frequency of mails start rising to a rather high level, take a sample, and thrash the rest.
If required, repeat over a period of at least 3 days to manage the lag & noise. Oversampling could yield erraneous results and could lead to segmentation of the FD community.
> Anders B Jansson wrote:
>> Od Orf wrote:
>>> On a personal level, I have tried in the past to filter out posts
>>> which fail to meet certain criteria using both blacklists and
>>> whitelists of content keywords. I've found these to be ineffective in
>> Just filter out all messages with the phrase "n3td3v" in adress, subject
>> body and you'll get very close to a functional FD list.
>> A large majority of the noise is either from, replying to or mentioning
>> that keyword.
> You'd be amazed at how good that works. Even just filtering n3td3v's
> comments allows you to watch the drama unfold through the responses,
> something I'm sure many find more entertaining than the source.
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