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From: Diego Olivier Fernandez Pons <Diego.FERNANDEZ_PONS@e...>
Subject: RE: [Caml-list] Who controls INRIA mailserv filters?

> What's getting filtered are announces of ML S*attle, which is
> legitimate traffic


> Also do you really believe this bayesian filter retrains if I
> exercise "good behavior?"  I don't; I think it's dumb as bricks.


> You may not like business or organizational issues, or the kinds of
> theatrics they can precipitate, but that's the growing pains of any
> language

The point is not what I (or whoever) think but what the bayesian
filter does or does not filter. It is _just_ a bayesian filter, not a
semantic based natural language parser.

When I recommend you to make your post more technical it means :

- adding blocks of Caml code in your signature instead of the current
one that just says the Caml filter is a crap (exercice : make a Caml
program that chooses randomly 20 lines of code in the Caml compiler
and adds them to your signature)

- using more specifically Caml oriented words - something like "In the
next Seattle meeting we will discuss how inclusion polymorphism /
functors < add technical content here > can be applied to 3D rendering
for real-time games < add technical content here >"

        Diego Olivier

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