[antlr-interest] FW: [Profanity Detected - Message Blocked] Re: ANTLR 3.1 - Serious performance downgrade
jaluber at gmx.de
Tue Aug 19 07:29:42 PDT 2008
Daniels, Troy (US SSA) schrieb:
>> -----Original Message-----
>> From: Johannes Luber [mailto:jaluber at gmx.de]
>> Sent: Monday, August 18, 2008 12:35 PM
>> To: Daniels, Troy (US SSA)
>> Cc: antlr-interest at antlr.org
>> Subject: Re: [antlr-interest] FW: [Profanity Detected -
>> Message Blocked] Re: ANTLR 3.1 - Serious performance downgrade
>> Daniels, Troy (US SSA) schrieb:
>>> Can you guys please stop swearing at each other? I've been getting
>>> these messages for days. If you're not having an ad hominem flame
>>> war, can someone look for what's probably tripping the filter and
>>> remove it from the quoted text? The message below is all
>> the information I have.
>> Well, the email causing to activate the filter contains "s h
>> i t" in the meaning of the French "M e r d e!". As the
>> mailing list in generally very polite this wasn't used in a
>> flame war, but Ter demonstrated his frustrations
>> non-verbally. Harmless compared to what is aired on TV.
>> I advise to deactivate such filters anyway because the cause
>> more trouble as they are worth.
> Excellent suggestion. I'd do it if I could, but I doubt that my
> company's IT department will listen to me. :-(
Show them my email - I did manage to circumvent the filter already. Once
people know of its existence it is merely a nuisance and no help anyway.
>> Either they catch the wrong
>> emails, mangle harmless text ("*butt*ignment", anyone?) or in
>> the case, they actually work, wouldn't you want to know that
>> you have been insulted indeed?
>>>> -----Original Message-----
>>>> From: SMTP.Gateway
>>>> Sent: Sunday, August 17, 2008 4:25 PM
>>>> To: troy.daniels at alphatech.com
>>>> Subject: [Profanity Detected - Message Blocked] Re:
>>>> [antlr-interest] ANTLR 3.1 - Serious performance downgrade
>>>> BAESystems Notification
>>>> An email sent to "Benjamin Niemann" <pink at odahoda.de>
>> contained one
>>>> or more profanity words. The message from Terence Parr
>>>> <parrt at cs.usfca.edu> was blocked.
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