Re: last chance to fully receive Ralf Vandebergh's high-res sat images

From: Björn Gimle (
Date: Thu May 26 2011 - 10:31:23 UTC

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    I guess Marcus et al are right about my choice of words.
    Machine filtering does not solve the noise problem - we have long had the
    concept of avoiding "I saw Mir" messages in favour of those that provide
    data and analyses that help other observers improve their own work.
    So I would like to find those messages that contain new descriptions of
    working methods, or previously unknown facts about satellites detected
    through observations/photos, without reading a long stream of repetitive
    2011/5/25 Markus Mehring <>
    > On Wed, 25 May 2011 13:04:26 -0700, you ("Paul Grace"
    > <>) wrote:
    > ...
    > >As for mailboxes filling up with 'noise', a rule such as "image posts must
    > >contain [image] in the subject" would permit trivial machine filtering,
    > "noise" issue has always been a matter of keeping off-topic posts and
    > fruitless or repetitive debates down so that the volume and number of
    > e-mails don't explode. And fruitless and repetitive debates regarding
    > the interpretation of images was beginning to become an issue here.
    > --
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