[wp-testers] WP 2.6 running slow
kmb42vt at gmail.com
Sun Aug 3 14:45:30 GMT 2008
In a more personal test case, without "WP SpamFree" activated, I have to
sift through 200-300 "spamments" a day (all legit spams, rarely a false
positive). With "WP SpamFree" activated Akismet may actually pick up one
or two spamments every 4 to 5 days. Big difference there in my time
spent rolling through pages of spam caught by Aksimet in case of an
extremely rare false postive. I did tailor Spamfree's message to let
users know to contact me in case of an legit comment error. So far, none
Bottom line...personal preference.
Matt Moore wrote:
> In my sample of 12,000 spam comments Akismet has missed less than 10.
> As far as I can tell running another spam filter could only lead to
> false positives.
> Gene Steinberg wrote:
>> On Aug 2, 2008, at 8:41 PM, Rick Beckman wrote:
>>> Running both WP-SpamFree & Akismet isn't a waste; if anything, it's
>>> smart or
>>> at least smarter. Spam free blocks a lot of spam, but if it comes
>>> from a
>>> human, it's pretty ineffective. In that event, Akismet is there to
>>> what gets through.
>>> Rick Beckman
>> What about the reverse?
>> What is Akismet missing?
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