Re: [Asrg] Consensus Call - submission via posting (was Re: Iteration #3)

Jose-Marcio Martins da Cruz <Jose-Marcio.Martins@ensmp.fr> Wed, 10 February 2010 12:32 UTC

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Hi,

Ian Eiloart wrote:

> 
>>
>> But I (and surely others) have another requirement. It could be
>> interesting to use this mechanism in an active learning context. That
>> means, user can receive the message flagged as "label required". So the
>> feedback should include the information : ham/spam.
>>
> 
> Yes, the content of the report remains to be discussed. If we were able 
> to go down the route of labelling the message on the mailstore, I'd like 
> to see a rich set of messages available for two way information flow, 
> including the following meanings:
> 
> The server filter thinks this message is junk.
> The server filter thinks this message is not junk.
> The MUA filter thinks this message is junk
> The MUA filter thinks this message is not junk
> The user has asserted that this message is unwanted
> The user has asserted that this message is wanted
> The user has asserted that this message is reportable

The filter in the MTA is asking what label the final user assigns to this message.

I'm talking about some way to let the filter in the MTA ask a question to the final user. And the 
report submission could be used to send this information back to the filter in the MTA. This is 
active learning.

This and your meanings were subject of discussion in a dead subgroup of ASRG (filtering, if I 
remember its name).

The content of the report can have some free text space which can be used to add all this additional 
information.



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