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Spam review: mass-tagging nominations

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If you are one of those brave souls chasing off spam from Debian mailing lists, you will probably get bored of clicking on the “Spam” radio buttons a lot of times, and will probably look for a quick shortcut. I submitted a patch in bug #640309, but as of today, it has not been applied yet.

Waiting for the patch to be applied, I prepared a little Greasemonkey script called Debian Mass Spam that allows to mark every message as “Unsure”, “Ham”, “Inappropriate”, or “Spam” by clicking the correspondent key on the keyboard:

Spam review

Just press Z (for “Unsure”), X (for “Ham”), C (for “Inappropriate”), or V (for “Spam”), and you will see every radio button to change its status. I tested it on Chromium, Iceweasel (with xul-ext-greasemonkey package) and Epiphany (with epiphany-extensions package), and it seems to work properly.

Too many words and no actions so far, go and kill some spam now!😉

Written by Luca Falavigna

08/04/2012 at 14:39

Posted in Planet Debian

4 Responses

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  1. This is really great. Thank you!

    Debianero

    08/04/2012 at 18:03

  2. My hero! No more click click click of “JFJFJFJFJFJF” on Sundays!

    Christian Perrier

    08/04/2012 at 20:59

  3. GRANDE! \o/ finally I can do it with the keyboard (it was really annoying doing it via click).
    Thank you very much,

    Francesca

    Francesca

    09/04/2012 at 11:23

  4. Not needed anymore, I applied the patch

    Alexander Wirt

    10/04/2012 at 11:30


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