CLUG poster google harassment

Antti.Roppola at Antti.Roppola at
Thu Feb 14 11:16:52 EST 2002

But ideally you should be weighting each post by the
number of non-indented, non-zero lines contained (assuming
that will be close enough to number of words contributed.
(you should probably exclude .sigs as well) For example,
this email will have a base weight of nine.

Mind you, I once thought it would be a Good Idea to collect
& post usage stats for a Usenet group, the more verbose members
didn't really see it that way and it got err.. interesting.


Peter Barker wrote:

On Tue, 12 Feb 2002, Michael Still wrote:

>> I had some time to kill, so I took the list of the top 20 posters from my
>> current CLUG mail folder (it last rolled on October 14 last year). I then
>> searched for their email address with Google. Here are the results (the
>> first listed email was the least CLUG posting and so on):

>Buy you haven't normalised them!

>The equivalent BogoTridge rating is determined by dividing each of the
>scores you have supplied by the same result form "Andrew Tridgell",
>currently 24,900.

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