Top 15 Mailinglists with messages in moderation
bcooksley at kde.org
Sat Dec 3 18:25:07 UTC 2016
On Sun, Dec 4, 2016 at 4:54 AM, Nicolás Alvarez
<nicolas.alvarez at gmail.com> wrote:
>> El 3 dic 2016, a las 07:59, Martin Gräßlin <mgraesslin at kde.org> escribió:
>> Am 2016-12-02 19:26, schrieb Ben Cooksley:
>>> Hi all,
>>> It's that time of month again.
>>> If you're the moderator for one of the below lists, please moderate it's queue.
>>> 20 kwin
>> It's all spam and I'm not logging in to delete spam. I go into the list if there is a real mail which needs to be moderated. Then I drop the spam.
>> It would be nice if we could get the spam mails not in the moderation queue in the first place. Would mean much less work for the moderators.
> If we could automatically and reliably detect spam so it doesn't get in the moderation queue, why have a moderation queue at all?
> I'm sure there is already a ton of spam that is getting filtered automatically. The mod queue gets what remains.
I picked one of our log files at random, which covers a weeks worth of
email. In that time:
1) Pre-spam filters rejected 229,000 emails
2) Rejected 41,900 emails as spam
3) Blocked 1,500 malicious attachments
4) Accepted, but tagged as potential spam 3,400 emails
5) Accepted 52,400 legitimate emails, of which 39,500 originated from
OSS projects including ourselves
The number for OSS projects is probably higher - I only picked out the
ones I could quickly see.
Only 12,900 legitimate emails of what the spam filter handles didn't
originate from OSS projects. After excluding those emails, our spam
filter rejects as spam around 76% of the email it sees - and that's
ignoring what is blocked before it gets to the spam filter.
So yes, our filters annihilate the vast majority of crap before anyone
ever sees it.
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