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Andrzej Adam Filip
Wed, 22 Apr 2009 14:03:33 +0200
Lowell Gilbert <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> David Breton <email@example.com> writes:
>> I would like to have scoring do something and I can't figure out how to
>> do it so I thought I'd ask here.
>> There's this guy on one of the newsgroup I read. Every time he enters a
>> thread, it goes downhill really fast, you know the type. So what I
>> would like to do is kill all the thread that he starts (not just his
>> posting in the thread, the whole thing). Also when he enters a thread
>> started by someone else, I want to kill the whole subthread that he
>> started (again not just his postings but the whole tree rooted at the
>> point at which he entered). I really hate that poster.
>> So can this be done? I looked at thread-mark-and-expunge but this is
>> not what I want because when he enters a thread, I don't want to kill
>> the entire thing, just the subthread for which he is the root.
> What you want is "lower on followup".
> Key sequence is "Lf".
Is it possible to "decay" followups?
[ high score for direct followups, lower score for followups to
followups and so on ]
Sometimes 3rd followup to "such guys" is interesting.
[pl>en Andrew] Andrzej Adam Filip : firstname.lastname@example.org : Andrzej.Filip@gmail.com
The faster I go, the behinder I get.
-- Lewis Carroll