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23 May 2003 (updated 23 May 2003 at 03:17 UTC) »

robocoder: Just rated your diary as 1, since it's unreadable anyway. Do you sell microscopes, by chance?

wspace: 4Suite (4XSLT), Pyana and libxml2 wrapper are plenty of XSLT support, if you ask me.
elanthis: I get >100 spams a day, and I seldom have to reclassify (and then, it's from the UNSURE class). Alas, I use Spambayes...
raph: RSS does work (see here), but you go a little overboard with the escaping of entities. ;)
1 Apr 2003 (updated 1 Apr 2003 at 23:22 UTC) »

Couldn't get the <wiki> tag to work, either.

16 Feb 2003 (updated 16 Feb 2003 at 08:47 UTC) »

In contrast to what we've seen in some posts and articles over time, the SourceForge staff DOES care about their service and its users, proven by the fact that Jacob reacted to my recent posting.

Working for a big German portal & communication services provider, I'm well aware of the implications of running a BIG service used by many users over a day.

So, thanks to the SF people to host many of our projects over several years without too many hitches. ;)

cvs [update aborted]: recv() from server cvs.moin.sourceforge.net: EOF

This sucks greatly.

Considering savannah or berlios.

7 Feb 2003 (updated 7 Feb 2003 at 20:27 UTC) »
sjanes71: A mail/news content classification system based on / added to Spambayes would be so incredibly useful.

After all, spam/ham classification is essentially the same as signal/noise classification.

BTW, MoinMoin and dates: add "_" to the upper_letters and "0123456789" to the lower_letters config var, then you can simply write Meeting_2003_02_07 and similar things.

Work on MoinMoin progressed slowly in fall and took up speed again lately, also due to more interest (and invested time) by other developers. A release is planned for the first half of January.

The new diff code (by Scott Moonen) is a great improvement, I wonder how we ever could have lived without it. ;)

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