[Spambayes] Re: Promoting Spambayes (was Re: FYI: Java implementation)

Michael Hudson mwh at python.net
Tue Jan 21 16:56:17 EST 2003

Matt Sergeant <msergeant at startechgroup.co.uk> writes:

> Mozilla and SpamAssassin both copy their bayesian code from spambayes 
> (including tokenisation ideas and combiners). If the results are 
> different at all that's probably a bug somewhere.

Really?  I knew SA did, but I hadn't heard anything about Mozilla.
I'm trying to find out one way or the other through bugzilla, but it
scares me :) I did find an open bug saying "you should use spambayes'

> It's nice to be proud of software, but when it's open source you kinda 
> leave it wide open for us to nab your ideas ;-)

Kinda the point, I'd say :-) Then you get to deal with the nasty
integration issues...


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