Re: [Asrg] TMGRS, Adding a spam button to MUAs

Peter Saint-Andre <stpeter@stpeter.im> Fri, 11 December 2009 23:27 UTC

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On 12/11/09 4:19 PM, John Levine wrote:
> In article <4B220B36.5090509@tana.it> you write:
>>>> I thought such _mythical global reputation system_ is what we are 
>>>> researching right now.
>>> No, but if you'd like to set up a reputation system subgroup, that
>>> would be fine.
>> You mean setting up an ASRG subgroup? Of course I'd like to, it'd 
>> be... well, mythical: the missing link between authentication and 
>> reliability. It would be terrific to contribute that.
>>
>> Would a new group boost discussions and possibly result in some 
>> practical outcome? I'd count Doug's refinement as a +1.
> 
> If at least three people say they're interested, I'll set up a list
> for it.

I'm very interested in reputation systems (we're thinking about
deploying that on the XMPP network), but I'm not sure if we need a sublist.

Peter

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