Roy Schestowitz <newsgroups@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> espoused:
> __/ [flatfish] on Monday 06 February 2006 23:08 \__
>> On Mon, 06 Feb 2006 13:53:25 +0000, Roy Schestowitz wrote:
>>> Could you please include/implement a times or dates section to keep
>>> abreast of your new competition from Turquoise user? I sometimes wonder if
>>> your script is a public one and how one intervenes or complements the in-
>>> put, which is a raw newsgroups feed. Toby Inkster (of alt.www.webmaster,
>>> alt.html and some *nix groups) has a script which is definitely better
>>> than Turquoise.
>> Culley and his bogus stats have just become irrelevant.
> Not to me. The name annotation is useful, so one could change posting habits
> or set up some filters. The best way to deter and drive away trolls is to
> diregard them early on. That's why this part of the analysis is informative.
> The rest are details, as in most stats.
I find them very useful, and I think the 'quality' stats and some of the
other items have proven valuable over the years as a deterent for some,
but clearly not all.
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