From: Matthew Walker <mwalker@ky...> - 2003-08-24 21:54:08
Thank you very much for the patch. I'll have a new version of the plugin out
soon with these changes.
Brad J. Donison said:
>> * bayespam *
>> 1) Used a mixture of short and long tags and thus does not work for apache
>> servers that use only long tags as in "<?php" rather than "<?".
>> 2) It allows a new user to enable several options that are noted as
>> dangerous even if the user has a small corpus or even non-existant
>> corpus. I set some mins such as: allow enable filter if spamCount > 20
>> && nonspamCount > 10; allow enable uncertain if spamCount > 30 &&
>> nonspamCount > 20; etc...
>> 3) Nuking the DB for a user didn't clear the stats table entries
> So I have attached is the patch to three of the bayesspam plugin files:
> config.php, options.php and bayesspam_functions.php to address the above
> issues. I have not tested these with EVERY possible configuration of the
> plugin, but it works for my setup, (your mileage may vary). Many thx for
> plugin!!! And thx also goes to Paul Graham for this methodolgy!
> Best Regards,
> Innovation or bust
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