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Re: Lost my Position!

wow look what my spamming/trolling has done.

On Sun, Dec 21, 2008 at 10:23 PM, Martin Ceperley wrote:
> i’ve used the python imap lib to spider through my entire gmail account, it
> is pretty simple really, just have to wrap your head around the rather
> cryptic imap protocol to extract the data you want, if anyone wants some
> code to start with i’d be happy to share it
> On Dec 21, 2008, at 9:24 PM, Ted Hayes wrote:
> I was just gonna write a php parser to go down through my entire list
> history. My NYU account is IMAP so… no problem there.
> Anyone ever done that before or have tools / libs to recommend?
> Or if anyone wants to write the parser I can focus on the frontend, which is
> my preferred territory…
> And yes, it’d be easy to rig up a SNR rule system where you just specify
> words or something that you mod up or down. Might be fun.
> On Dec 21, 2008, at 9:12 PM, Corey Menscher wrote:
> I looked into this. The Google Group has RSS feeds, but not for the
> entirety of history…at most only the last 50 topics or the last 50
> messages:
> It may be possible to crawl the Google Group somehow. Gmail may also have
> some kind of API, but I dunno about that. You may need to make your own
> tool with an address that can become a member of the list, but throws the
> posts into a database. Shouldn’t be too hard, but it would be nice to
> incorporate historical content as well.
> As for the signal/noise ratio in the Listalizer…I would hope you’d allow
> users to tailor the subjective parameters to make it meaningful to THEM! Or
> at the very least share your code…
> Corey Menscher
> On Dec 21, 2008, at 9:06 PM, Ted Hayes wrote:
> I have been really wanting to make a list visualizer app (“Listalizer?”
> “Listerine?”). In fact I was gonna start it over the break. So if anyone
> has recommendations for interfacing with the actual data… I was
> originally assuming I was just gonna manually parse all the emails (!) but
> parsing the xml would be a lot easier. I will look into it….