Re: Increasing intentional delays == less submissions. are we okay
michael.spamcop at michaellefevre.com
Sat Jun 12 22:11:57 EDT 2004
Anton Haumer wrote:
> Michael Lefevre schrieb:
>> Spamcop really doesn't need the data from this many users for the BL - the
>> number of users is increasing rapidly, and continues to increase even when
>> Spamcop's performance is poor. The value added by each user decreases as
>> the number of users increases, and I would imagine it's a long way past
>> the point where the cost of providing the service to free users is offset
>> by the value of the data they provide.
> I do not agree:
> "The value added by each user decreases as the number of users
> If the ISPs
I was talking about the Spamcop BL. What I meant was "the value added to
the Spamcop BL by each user decreases as the number of users increases".
Having said that, I think the same is true to some extent with ISPs. Even
if the ISP has a threshold of reports before they take action, it doesn't
make any difference if they get 200 reports about a particular issue
rather than 100 reports.
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