[wp-hackers] WP - Google Summer of Code
Cesar D. Rodas
saddor at gmail.com
Mon Mar 24 14:17:56 GMT 2008
Any knows where can I send the document about my proposal?
On 23/03/2008, Cesar D. Rodas <saddor at gmail.com> wrote:
> On 23/03/2008, Matt Mullenweg <m at mullenweg.com> wrote:
> > Cesar D. Rodas wrote:
> > > The algorithm can work suggesting categories or tags (I just put
> > category as
> > > a generic name because it suggest anything related to categorization,
> > > i.etags, categories, languages, if it is spam or not and so forth). I
> > > have an
> > > example which is an spam
> > > detector<http://www.phpclasses.org/browse/package/4236.html>which
> > > works with N-grams with great results on my tests. Personally i don't
> > > the different nor advantage to use tags instead of categories.
> > Does it require any new tables? How does it scale with large numbers of
> > posts/tags?
> It can save the features (or the knowledge) on a flat-file or database, of
> course is better on a database. And the number of post do not care in the
> performance since it is computed one time, what affect the performance is
> the number of tags or categories. It will work fine up to 50 tags or
> categories, with graters number it will take some time to compute, which is
> not a bad point because usually you take some time to write articles and
> this categorizer can run in the "background" (via Ajax or similar call).
> What the folk thing of my ideas?
> > Matt Mullenweg
> > http://ma.tt | http://automattic.com
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> Cesar D. Rodas
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