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spam kontrol

hii
ư think you know spam page is the most pest for net user.I want
distinguish spam page to usefull page
if you have a idea whit this problem pleas share to me
thank you

Oct 3 '07 #1
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On Oct 3, 12:59 pm, "oruc...@gmail.com" <oruc...@gmail.comwrote:
hii
ư think you know spam page is the most pest for net user.
....closely followed in the second position by incoherent misspelled
posts in silly IM-speak.
Oct 3 '07 #2
George Sakkis wrote:
On Oct 3, 12:59 pm, "oruc...@gmail.com" <oruc...@gmail.comwrote:
>hii
ư think you know spam page is the most pest for net user.

...closely followed in the second position by incoherent misspelled
posts in silly IM-speak.

You know, there are such people as non-native English speakers. Maybe
you should consider that before possibly insulting people who do not
derserve to be insulted (altough he does appear to be turkish).

/W
(I aplogize for that last remark. I have nothing against turkish people,
I just couldn't let the opportunity for a mean joke slip.)
Oct 3 '07 #3
or*****@gmail.com wrote:
hii
ư think you know spam page is the most pest for net user.I want
distinguish spam page to usefull page
if you have a idea whit this problem pleas share to me
thank you
GIYF:
<URL:http://www.google.com/search?hl=en&safe=off&q=spam+detection+python&btnG =Search>

Spam detection a rather intricate problem, so you'll have to do a lot of
reading and experimenting to do it efficiently.

Maybe you can search for stuff like text-mining, n-gram, vector-space
model, information retrieval, etc.

/W
(I have no concrete tips, sorry)
Oct 3 '07 #4
Wildemar Wildenburger wrote:
George Sakkis wrote:
>On Oct 3, 12:59 pm, "oruc...@gmail.com" <oruc...@gmail.comwrote:
>>hii
ư think you know spam page is the most pest for net user.
...closely followed in the second position by incoherent misspelled
posts in silly IM-speak.

You know, there are such people as non-native English speakers. Maybe
you should consider that before possibly insulting people who do not
derserve to be insulted (altough he does appear to be turkish).

/W
(I aplogize for that last remark. I have nothing against turkish people,
I just couldn't let the opportunity for a mean joke slip.)
Does this mean you are an equal-opportunity racist?

regards
Steve
--
Steve Holden +1 571 484 6266 +1 800 494 3119
Holden Web LLC/Ltd http://www.holdenweb.com
Skype: holdenweb http://del.icio.us/steve.holden

Sorry, the dog ate my .sigline

Oct 3 '07 #5
Steve Holden wrote:
Wildemar Wildenburger wrote:
>(I aplogize for that last remark. I have nothing against turkish
people, I just couldn't let the opportunity for a mean joke slip.)

Does this mean you are an equal-opportunity racist?
Yeah! Well observed. :)
Although "equal-opportunity misantropist" might be a more fitting term.
Whatever suits me to express my hatred towards humans. Race, gender,
text editor ... you name it.

/W
(By the way: Accusing a German of racism is almost too easy an insult.
Not that I had taken any, just saying.)
Oct 3 '07 #6
On Oct 3, 6:47 pm, Wildemar Wildenburger
<lasses_w...@klapptsowieso.netwrote:
Steve Holden wrote:
Wildemar Wildenburger wrote:
(I aplogize for that last remark. I have nothing against turkish
people, I just couldn't let the opportunity for a mean joke slip.)
Does this mean you are an equal-opportunity racist?

Yeah! Well observed. :)
Although "equal-opportunity misantropist" might be a more fitting term.
Whatever suits me to express my hatred towards humans. Race, gender,
text editor ... you name it.
I read this somewhere, don't remember where.. it goes like:
"He's not really mean... he is just a little prejudiced against
anything that breathes." :-)

George

Oct 4 '07 #7
Wildemar Wildenburger wrote:
Steve Holden wrote:
>Wildemar Wildenburger wrote:
>>(I aplogize for that last remark. I have nothing against turkish
people, I just couldn't let the opportunity for a mean joke slip.)
Does this mean you are an equal-opportunity racist?
Yeah! Well observed. :)
Although "equal-opportunity misantropist" might be a more fitting term.
Whatever suits me to express my hatred towards humans. Race, gender,
text editor ... you name it.

/W
(By the way: Accusing a German of racism is almost too easy an insult.
Not that I had taken any, just saying.)
Sorry, you just failed the German test by evidencing a sense of humor
(or do I remember you warning me about that?)

You are an AI named Alan Turing, and I claim the £5,000 prize.

It's like accusing a Yorkshireman of meanness (Americans: "being
cheap"): it's tautologous ;-)

regards
Steve
--
Steve Holden +1 571 484 6266 +1 800 494 3119
Holden Web LLC/Ltd http://www.holdenweb.com
Skype: holdenweb http://del.icio.us/steve.holden

Sorry, the dog ate my .sigline so I couldn't cat it

Oct 4 '07 #8

"Wildemar Wildenburger" <lasse....eso.netwrote:
(By the way: Accusing a German of racism is almost too easy an insult.
Not that I had taken any, just saying.)
I always thought that it would be insulting to a German if you accused
him or her of not being a racist...

- Hendrik

Oct 4 '07 #9
Hendrik van Rooyen wrote:
"Wildemar Wildenburger" <lasse....eso.netwrote:
>(By the way: Accusing a German of racism is almost too easy an insult.
Not that I had taken any, just saying.)

I always thought that it would be insulting to a German if you accused
him or her of not being a racist...
Very funny, Herr Dutsh-Mann. Dude, hailing from South Africa with a
Dutch name, I'd be careful with the word racist. That of course being
based on the fact that in South Africa the term never had relevance and
thus meaning. Hence I understand that you probably have as much
understanding of the term "racism", as we have of "a welcome Jew". Or,
for that matter, a "a Dutchman that is pleasant to listen to". Burn! ;)

Sidenote: Its funny that everybody calls the Dutch "Dutch" (when
speaking English), which pretty much is the word "deutsch", which, guess
what, means "German" (cf. Pennsylvania Dutch). That has always baffled
me --- do Dutch people refer to themselves as "Dutch" when speaking
dutch? The term for "Dutch" is "Nederlands" or "Hollands", isn't it?

/W
Oct 4 '07 #10
On Thu, 2007-10-04 at 17:30 +0200, Wildemar Wildenburger wrote:
Sidenote: Its funny that everybody calls the Dutch "Dutch" (when
speaking English), which pretty much is the word "deutsch", which, guess
what, means "German" (cf. Pennsylvania Dutch). That has always baffled
me --- do Dutch people refer to themselves as "Dutch" when speaking
dutch? The term for "Dutch" is "Nederlands" or "Hollands", isn't it?
It is fairly common that people are referred to by others by a different
name than what they call themselves in their native language. Germans
call themselves Deutsch, Chinese call themselves Zhong-guo-ren (I
think), Iroquois call themselves Haudenosaunee, and so on.

The reason for this, I'm guessing, is that visitors and/or invaders
either didn't bother to ask what the people call themselves, or they
misunderstood the answer, or they can't pronounce the answer, or they
didn't ask an authoritative source, or a combination of the above. (For
example, if you ask my neighbor what my name is, he might say "The guy
that doesn't mow his lawn often enough.")

Anyway, I believe this thread has gone on far enough off-topic...

--
Carsten Haese
http://informixdb.sourceforge.net
Oct 4 '07 #11
"Wildemar Wildenburger" <lasses_w...so.netwrote:

Hendrik van Rooyen wrote:
"Wildemar Wildenburger" <lasse....eso.netwrote:
(By the way: Accusing a German of racism is almost too easy an insult.
Not that I had taken any, just saying.)
I always thought that it would be insulting to a German if you accused
him or her of not being a racist...
Very funny, Herr Dutsh-Mann.
Afrikaans, not Dutch.
>>Dude, hailing from South Africa with a
Dutch name, I'd be careful with the word racist. That of course being
based on the fact that in South Africa the term never had relevance and
thus meaning. Hence I understand that you probably have as much
understanding of the term "racism", as we have of "a welcome Jew". Or,
for that matter, a "a Dutchman that is pleasant to listen to". Burn! ;)
I really must apologise for my accent - but then I was once mistaken
for a Scot by an Englishwoman in Hong Kong. But you know, it is
like being ugly - its not so bad for the perpetrator, it really bothers
other people more.

Is there an equivalent of Godwin's law with "Hitler" being replaced
by "Apartheid" ? - there should be, in my opinion. In that respect
Germany and South Africa are similar - They both have murky
pasts.
Sidenote: Its funny that everybody calls the Dutch "Dutch" (when
speaking English), which pretty much is the word "deutsch", which, guess
what, means "German" (cf. Pennsylvania Dutch). That has always baffled
me --- do Dutch people refer to themselves as "Dutch" when speaking
dutch? The term for "Dutch" is "Nederlands" or "Hollands", isn't it?
Yes to both - with the "Ne" pronounced similar to English "neigh'...

One of these days I will try to learn to speak the language of my ancestors.

- Hendrik

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