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Tasks

Notes

10. Social network visualization

Categories: 2004.03.03:8 -- Permalink, Comment form

http://www.efios.com/blog/2004/01/01.html

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9. Better RFC for mail messages

Categories: 2004.02.24:7 -- Permalink, Comment form

http://www.rfc.net/rfc2822.html

Thanks, Karl Skibinski!

(See, having my work notes online is a Good Thing.)

E-Mail from Karl Skibinski

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8. Lurker must do something like this already...

Categories: 2004.02.24:5 -- Permalink, Comment form

Duh, Sacha.

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7. Another point: out of order messages

Categories: 2004.02.24:4 -- Permalink, Comment form

We should store unresolved message-ids somewhere and fill them in later when we see them.

../../notebook/proj/java/org/sacha/socnet/:.java

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6. RFC for mail messages

Categories: 2004.02.24:3 -- Permalink, Comment form

http://www.w3.org/Protocols/rfc822/rfc822.txt

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5. I don't need to worry about mbox parsing yet

Categories: 2004.02.24:2 -- Permalink, Comment form

I can fake it first for testing, anyway, and worry about mboxes later. In fact, I might even end up having formail do the extraction - but that would be cheating now... ;)

SocialNetworkAnalysis

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4. Unix MBOX provider for javamail

Categories: 2004.02.24:1 -- Permalink, Comment form
jmibanezsachac: aha! http://dog.net.uk/knife !
jmibanezsachac: a unix MBOX provider!

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3. Apache James

Categories: 2004.02.23:10 -- Permalink, Comment form

JM Ibanez suggested looking at Apache James and writing a mailet. Nifty idea, if I can get my mind around it!

(I just need something simple. If I get desperate, I'll tokenize the darn thing myself.)

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2. SocialNetworkBot

Categories: 2004.02.23:9 -- Permalink, Comment form

This is where all the magic happens. Starting up the app for every arriving message is probably a bad idea. Better - Java server, then pass it the message.

channel - mailing list

Mailing lists are simpler to track than chat channels. I can work on the References header (and the attribution if necessary).

onMessage: Extract the References header. Find the latest one and root the thread there.

I need a registry of message IDs and authors, then.

Question:

../../tmp/piespy/org/jibble/socnet/:.java

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1. Social network analysis

Categories: 2004.02.23:7 -- Permalink, Comment form

http://www.jibble.org/piespy/

I want to run something like this on the PLUG mailing lists. I can reuse their spring model and then build the network based on the References: header.

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