[p2pu-dev] more p2pu direct message spam
dirk at p2pu.org
Fri Jul 27 08:25:54 UTC 2012
Yep, they are particularly annoying!
Do you think a simple Bayesian classifier would catch these spam messages?
Another consideration is that direct messages haven't really been the
killer feature on the site. I think up to this point Ali is responsible for
most of those messages and the remaining 20% may very well be spam?
On Thu, Jul 26, 2012 at 8:51 PM, Jessy Kate Schingler
<jessy at jessykate.com>wrote:
> hey all,
> i've forwarded a few of these spam messages to the dev list to highlight
> this as an issue, and would love to start a discussion about what we might
> do to address it. being spammed is a deterrent to creating a profile
> and using the platform. i get about one of these every few weeks. that's
> not a ton but it's definitely annoying.
> twitter only allows direct messages if you are following the originator.
> that works pretty well but i still wish there was a more open way... maybe
> asking them to fill out a form with specific questions the first time? does
> anyone else have ideas?
> ---------- Forwarded message ----------
> From: P2PU Notifications <no-reply at p2pu.org>
> Date: Wed, Jul 25, 2012 at 12:47 PM
> Subject: New Message from nerves
> To: jessy at jessykate.com
> You have received a new direct message from nerves:
> nervesmabar200 at yahoo.com
> My Name is Nerves I was impressed when i saw your profile and i will
> like you to email me back to my inbox so that i can send you my picture
> for you to know who i am.i believe we can establish a long lasting
> relationship with you.
> In addition,i will like you to reply me through my
> private e mail box ( nervesmabar200 at yahoo.com ).
> This is because i dont know the possibilities of
> remaining in forum for a long time.
> Thanks,waiting to hear from you soonest.
> pls and pls email me now now in my inbox this is my email ====
> nervesmabar200 at yahoo.com dont email me in the site pls email me in my
> private email nervesmabar200 at yahoo.com
> Reply: http://p2pu.org/en/messages/reply/47442/
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