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  • by tf23 (175) <tf23NO@SPAMlottadot.com> on Thursday February 19 2004, @06:33PM (#6175) Homepage Journal
    "machine-automated content filtering, posting, and moderation" is incredibly vague. too vague, imho.

    Give us a description of something - a few examples of what you want it to do. Just something to go by.

    You're more apt to get the information you're looking for if people don't have to guess and read your mind :)

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    lottadot [lottadot.com]
  • use.perl [perl.org] does something similar by posting the daily module updates. I'm not sure how they do it, but maybe they'd share some code or it's already shared somewhere?
  • by lester67 (5921) on Sunday February 22 2004, @10:29PM (#6180)
    Something similar to how a Bayesian filter sorts SPAM? Using filtering techniques on posts that DID make it through moderation, allow slashcode to automatically submit the post if those criteria are met. You'd also have to match word account against posts that had already made it through though, as several people might try to submit the same (or very similar) post.