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guettli
2018-11-28 10:10:06 UTC
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I wanted to update this issue https://code.djangoproject.com/ticket/27936

it was not possible. Trac told me this was Spam with this message:

SpamBayes determined spam probability of 98.09%

What can I do now?

I wanted to add this text:

{{{
I still think a visual help like the diagram I painted here 21 month ago
would be nice.

But maybe I am getting old, wise or just even more lazy.

I think this issue is great for a new comer.

Is "easy picking" applicable for this issue?
}}}
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Tim Graham
2018-11-28 14:31:23 UTC
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I marked your comment as "ham" so maybe it'll pass the Bayes filter now.
"Easy pickings" is subjective but I wouldn't consider that issue "easy"
since there's not a clear consensus about how to proceed.
Post by guettli
I wanted to update this issue https://code.djangoproject.com/ticket/27936
SpamBayes determined spam probability of 98.09%
What can I do now?
{{{
I still think a visual help like the diagram I painted here 21 month ago
would be nice.
But maybe I am getting old, wise or just even more lazy.
I think this issue is great for a new comer.
Is "easy picking" applicable for this issue?
}}}
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guettli
2018-11-29 16:01:55 UTC
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How to get clear consensus?
Post by Tim Graham
I marked your comment as "ham" so maybe it'll pass the Bayes filter now.
"Easy pickings" is subjective but I wouldn't consider that issue "easy"
since there's not a clear consensus about how to proceed.
Post by guettli
I wanted to update this issue https://code.djangoproject.com/ticket/27936
SpamBayes determined spam probability of 98.09%
What can I do now?
{{{
I still think a visual help like the diagram I painted here 21 month ago
would be nice.
But maybe I am getting old, wise or just even more lazy.
I think this issue is great for a new comer.
Is "easy picking" applicable for this issue?
}}}
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Simon Charette
2018-11-29 18:00:51 UTC
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From that point you should post to the developer mailing list as it's
reaching more people than the ticket tracker[0].

That should give the opportunity to more people to chime in and provide
feedback.

Thanks for tackling this issue by the way, this sure is a source a
confusion for a lot of Django newcomers and
questions about this behaviour came up quite a few time on this mailing
list already. Being able to simply
link to a detailed document about it would be great and probably help
attentive readers figuring it out by
themselves in the first place.

Cheers,
Simon

[0]
https://docs.djangoproject.com/en/2.1/internals/contributing/bugs-and-features/#how-we-make-decisions
Post by guettli
How to get clear consensus?
Post by Tim Graham
I marked your comment as "ham" so maybe it'll pass the Bayes filter now.
"Easy pickings" is subjective but I wouldn't consider that issue "easy"
since there's not a clear consensus about how to proceed.
Post by guettli
I wanted to update this issue
https://code.djangoproject.com/ticket/27936
SpamBayes determined spam probability of 98.09%
What can I do now?
{{{
I still think a visual help like the diagram I painted here 21 month ago
would be nice.
But maybe I am getting old, wise or just even more lazy.
I think this issue is great for a new comer.
Is "easy picking" applicable for this issue?
}}}
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guettli
2018-11-30 08:40:05 UTC
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Thank you for guiding me Simon. I asked at django-dev here:

https://groups.google.com/forum/#!topic/django-developers/d5HdZEk8OoM
Post by Simon Charette
From that point you should post to the developer mailing list as it's
reaching more people than the ticket tracker[0].
That should give the opportunity to more people to chime in and provide
feedback.
Thanks for tackling this issue by the way, this sure is a source a
confusion for a lot of Django newcomers and
questions about this behaviour came up quite a few time on this mailing
list already. Being able to simply
link to a detailed document about it would be great and probably help
attentive readers figuring it out by
themselves in the first place.
Cheers,
Simon
[0]
https://docs.djangoproject.com/en/2.1/internals/contributing/bugs-and-features/#how-we-make-decisions
Post by guettli
How to get clear consensus?
Post by Tim Graham
I marked your comment as "ham" so maybe it'll pass the Bayes filter now.
"Easy pickings" is subjective but I wouldn't consider that issue "easy"
since there's not a clear consensus about how to proceed.
Post by guettli
I wanted to update this issue
https://code.djangoproject.com/ticket/27936
SpamBayes determined spam probability of 98.09%
What can I do now?
{{{
I still think a visual help like the diagram I painted here 21 month
ago would be nice.
But maybe I am getting old, wise or just even more lazy.
I think this issue is great for a new comer.
Is "easy picking" applicable for this issue?
}}}
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