Wondering

[chan] bitmessage
Jul 4 11:54 [raw]

Hi When will there be a spam filter on bitmessage? it comes constantly.like it never ends. you should make a spam filter feature and also a feature that allow users to send an amount of messages at a time as default of no way of changing that

[chan] bitmessage
Jul 4 11:58 [raw]

How, exactly, do you define what spam is? One person's spam could be someone else's important message.

[chan] bitmessage
Jul 4 12:04 [raw]

If you think about it,you know what I mean.

[chan] bitmessage
Jul 4 12:20 [raw]

Is you receive unsolicited messages to your personal BM-address that is maybe a SPAM. The messages in chan is not SPAM by definition because chans is public space. Anybody can write to the chans anonymously and there is no simple way to differentiate personal and public mesages.

[chan] bitmessage
Jul 4 15:36 [raw]

But he didn't want to think, he wanted to bash. Anyone who actually thinks about it for a second would understand that 1) The filter would be run using user-set rules, which only applies to which messages are actually relayed to the user, not what happens in the network layer 2) A repost of a repost of the same wall of text nobody cared about the first 50 times is pretty much objectively spam ("Active measures", anyone?)

[chan] bitmessage
Jul 4 15:52 [raw]

No point going "true scotsman" about this when clear definitions exist. Spam is: 1) unsolicited 2) bulk electronic communication 3) of a commercial or otherwise promotional nature. Spam to channels is still spam; FWIW the term "spam" was coined on Usenet newsgroups, a channel-type medium. "Free speech" or "public space" are not relevant metrics in qualifying an electronic message as spam. In a public channel, a message that is off-topic (unsolicited) AND promotional (advertising, religion, political propaganda etc) is a spam message. And yes, any fiat spam regulation from the legacy systems is unenforceable by design on Bitmessage, and this is a wonderful thing. But it doesn't mean we get to change the definitions now.

[chan] bitmessage
Jul 4 19:02 [raw]

I want to bash. I want to fish. I want to zsh. I can korn your shell, whole. Then bash you.

[chan] bitmessage
Jul 4 19:58 [raw]

OK, the key question here that messages were unsolicited by whom? If anybody can read a chan as it's privkey is public, then how can you know if subscribers wanted to read the anon messages? Should we all vote? (;

[chan] bitmessage
Jul 4 23:23 [raw]

Flood (filling the channel with senseless and/or obscene, provocative etc messages) is an evil of similar scale (talking of spam). Perhaps less-open variations of channels (where their "owners" could revoke access to arbitrary senders - without actual knowledge of who those are - would be a solution. All the kludges I could think of (such as email-like spam filtering) eitehr won't work in anonymous medium, or would be utterly inefficient. /Suraquis

[chan] bitmessage
Jul 13 19:15 [raw]

Some do ask and others do wonder: Can you drink something strong when there is lighning and thunder.

[chan] bitmessage
Jul 13 22:07 [raw]

+1 keyword filter with whitelist, blacklist, and both - able to order the filters like in Mozilla Thunderbird so I can blacklist certain keywords, then after the blacklist whitelist certain keywords, etc.

[chan] bitmessage
Jul 13 22:12 [raw]

Can you hold something highly conductive during a lightning storm?

[chan] bitmessage
Jul 13 22:12 [raw]

Aye, mate. Cheeri oh.

[chan] bitmessage
Jul 16 17:14 [raw]

use BMwrapper installer bash stuff recently posted by sigoa

[chan] bitmessage
Jul 16 17:15 [raw]

How to download messages with pop3 or nntp?

[chan] bitmessage
Jul 16 17:15 [raw]

use torifier fork with nice spam filter

[chan] bitmessage
Jul 17 04:28 [raw]

hotmail.com

[chan] bitmessage
Jul 17 13:18 [raw]

Does hotmail download from BM?

[chan] bitmessage
Jul 17 13:18 [raw]

No, it uploads your emails to the NSA.

[chan] bitmessage
Jul 17 21:52 [raw]

if you want email, use an email provider

[chan] bitmessage
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