New posters to comp.lang.perl.misc 
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 New posters to comp.lang.perl.misc

Following is a summary of articles from new posters spanning a 7 day
period, beginning at 19 Nov 2001 17:40:50 GMT and ending at
26 Nov 2001 15:45:30 GMT.

Notes
=====

    - A line in the body of a post is considered to be original if it
      does *not* match the regular expression /^\s{0,3}(?:>|:|\S+>|\+\+)/.
    - All text after the last cut line (/^-- $/) in the body is
      considered to be the author's signature.
    - The scanner prefers the Reply-To: header over the From: header
      in determining the "real" email address and name.
    - Original Content Rating (OCR) is the ratio of the original content
      volume to the total body volume.
    - Find the News-Scan distribution on the CPAN!
      <URL: http://www.*-*-*.com/ ;

    - Copyright (c) 2001 Greg Bacon.
      Verbatim copying and redistribution is permitted without royalty;
      alteration is not permitted.  Redistribution and/or use for any
      commercial purpose is prohibited.

Totals
======

Posters:  93 (34.6% of all posters)
Articles: 196 (20.5% of all articles)
Volume generated: 467.6 kb (23.6% of total volume)
    - headers:    164.4 kb (3,329 lines)
    - bodies:     295.1 kb (9,745 lines)
    - original:   234.7 kb (8,186 lines)
    - signatures: 8.0 kb (289 lines)

Original Content Rating: 0.795

Averages
========

Posts per poster: 2.1
    median: 1 post
    mode:   1 post - 68 posters
    s:      3.7 posts
Message size: 2443.1 bytes
    - header:     858.6 bytes (17.0 lines)
    - body:       1541.8 bytes (49.7 lines)
    - original:   1226.4 bytes (41.8 lines)
    - signature:  41.7 bytes (1.5 lines)

Top 10 Posters by Number of Posts
=================================

         (kb)   (kb)  (kb)  (kb)
Posts  Volume (  hdr/ body/ orig)  Address
-----  --------------------------  -------











These posters accounted for 9.5% of all articles.

Top 10 Posters by Volume
========================

  (kb)   (kb)  (kb)  (kb)
Volume (  hdr/ body/ orig)  Posts  Address
--------------------------  -----  -------











These posters accounted for 14.5% of the total volume.

Top 10 Posters by OCR (minimum of three posts)
==============================================

         (kb)    (kb)
OCR      orig /  body  Posts  Address
-----  --------------  -----  -------











Bottom 10 Posters by OCR (minimum of three posts)
=================================================

         (kb)    (kb)
OCR      orig /  body  Posts  Address
-----  --------------  -----  -------






0.510  (  0.5 /  0.9)      3  e-mail




16 posters (17%) had at least three posts.

Top 10 Targets for Crossposts
=============================

Articles  Newsgroup
--------  ---------

      18  comp.lang.perl.modules
      10  alt.perl
       5  nyc.food
       5  comp.lang.java.programmer
       5  comp.lang.basic.visual
       5  comp.lang.ada
       5  comp.object
       5  comp.lang.c++
       5  comp.lang.eiffel
       3  comp.lang.perl

Top 10 Crossposters
===================

Articles  Address
--------  -------













Fri, 14 May 2004 18:39:01 GMT  
 New posters to comp.lang.perl.misc

Quote:

>Top 10 Posters by Volume
>========================


Yeah I 'm new!

Just a change of address, folks.

--
        Bart.



Fri, 14 May 2004 19:26:03 GMT  
 New posters to comp.lang.perl.misc
On Mon, 26 Nov 2001 18:26:03 GMT, Bart Lateur

Quote:


>>Top 10 Posters by Volume
>>========================


>Yeah I 'm new!

>Just a change of address, folks.


I'm not new either.  I've been here for years
but since my news server barfed for a few
months and didn't propagate my posts
I switched to one that wouldn't allow me
to spamblock.  I now receive more spam
in a day than I formerly received in a month.
What is a guy to do?

Regards,
Helgi Briem



Sat, 15 May 2004 12:20:42 GMT  
 New posters to comp.lang.perl.misc

Quote:

>     since my news server barfed for a few
> months and didn't propagate my posts
> I switched to one that wouldn't allow me
> to spamblock.  I now receive more spam
> in a day than I formerly received in a month.
> What is a guy to do?

The news server FAQ suggests getting a dummy mailbox at a place such as
Hotmail or Yahoo! and using that as From, and then redirecting mails to
a place you read more often than once a geological epoch with the
Reply-To header. That way the From address is valid but your main email
address gets less spam.

Works for me.

Cheers,
Philip
--

That really is my address; no need to remove anything to reply.
If you're not part of the solution, you're part of the precipitate.



Wed, 19 May 2004 11:08:52 GMT  
 New posters to comp.lang.perl.misc
Following is a summary of articles from new posters spanning a 7 day
period, beginning at 26 Nov 2001 19:46:20 GMT and ending at
03 Dec 2001 19:38:30 GMT.

Notes
=====

    - A line in the body of a post is considered to be original if it
      does *not* match the regular expression /^\s{0,3}(?:>|:|\S+>|\+\+)/.
    - All text after the last cut line (/^-- $/) in the body is
      considered to be the author's signature.
    - The scanner prefers the Reply-To: header over the From: header
      in determining the "real" email address and name.
    - Original Content Rating (OCR) is the ratio of the original content
      volume to the total body volume.
    - Find the News-Scan distribution on the CPAN!
      <URL: http://www.*-*-*.com/ ;

    - Copyright (c) 2001 Greg Bacon.
      Verbatim copying and redistribution is permitted without royalty;
      alteration is not permitted.  Redistribution and/or use for any
      commercial purpose is prohibited.

Totals
======

Posters:  134 (39.3% of all posters)
Articles: 235 (21.2% of all articles)
Volume generated: 431.4 kb (20.7% of total volume)
    - headers:    189.8 kb (3,806 lines)
    - bodies:     237.3 kb (7,765 lines)
    - original:   159.9 kb (5,506 lines)
    - signatures: 4.1 kb (98 lines)

Original Content Rating: 0.674

Averages
========

Posts per poster: 1.8
    median: 1.0 post
    mode:   1 post - 91 posters
    s:      2.0 posts
Message size: 1879.9 bytes
    - header:     827.1 bytes (16.2 lines)
    - body:       1033.9 bytes (33.0 lines)
    - original:   696.7 bytes (23.4 lines)
    - signature:  18.0 bytes (0.4 lines)

Top 10 Posters by Number of Posts
=================================

         (kb)   (kb)  (kb)  (kb)
Posts  Volume (  hdr/ body/ orig)  Address
-----  --------------------------  -------











These posters accounted for 5.9% of all articles.

Top 10 Posters by Volume
========================

  (kb)   (kb)  (kb)  (kb)
Volume (  hdr/ body/ orig)  Posts  Address
--------------------------  -----  -------











These posters accounted for 6.3% of the total volume.

Top 10 Posters by OCR (minimum of three posts)
==============================================

         (kb)    (kb)
OCR      orig /  body  Posts  Address
-----  --------------  -----  -------











Bottom 10 Posters by OCR (minimum of three posts)
=================================================

         (kb)    (kb)
OCR      orig /  body  Posts  Address
-----  --------------  -----  -------











22 posters (16%) had at least three posts.

Top 10 Targets for Crossposts
=============================

Articles  Newsgroup
--------  ---------

      42  comp.lang.perl.modules
      41  alt.perl
      23  alt.comp.perlcgi.{*filter*}
      20  comp.lang.java.programmer
      17  comp.lang.perl
      16  comp.lang.c++
      11  comp.object
       9  comp.lang.ada
       9  comp.lang.basic.visual
       9  comp.lang.eiffel

Top 10 Crossposters
===================

Articles  Address
--------  -------













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