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  • To make it easier to jump to a specific presentation, I have created a timetable. It was missing from the original web site. Enjoy these highly interesting talks.

    Oliver Schmelzle, in Webcast Timetable for Spam Conference Sessions [schmelzle.net], provided the following timetable for the webcasts found at spamconference.org [spamconference.org]:

    Session 1

    0:00:30, Teodor Zlatanov, spam.el Maintainer, "Gnus vs. Spam"
    0:10:00, Bill Yerazunis, MERL, "Sparse Binary Polynomial Hash Message Filtering and The CRM114 Discriminator"
    0:32:30, Jason Rennie, MIT AI Lab, "Adaptive Spam Filtering"
    0:52:00, John Graham-Cumming, POPFile, "The Spammers' Compendium"

    Session 2

    0:00:00, John Draper, ShopIP, "Following Their Patterns"
    0:14:00, Paul Judge, CipherTrust, "The Case for Spam Research Infrastructures"
    0:37:00, Paul Graham, Arc Project, "Better Bayesian Spam Filtering"
    0:56:00, Robert Rothe, eleven GmbH, "eXpurgate: a different approach in filtering E-Mail and detecting SPAM"

    Session 3

    0:01:30, Matt Sergeant, MessageLabs, "Spam Filtering at the Network Level"
    0:21:30, Barry Warsaw, Pythonlabs at Zope Corporation, "Anti-Spam Techniques at Python.org"
    1:05:00, Jean-David Ruvini, e-lab Bouygues SA, "Smartlook: An E-Mail Classifier Assistant for Outlook"
    0:41:00, Barry Shein, The World, "Spam: Threat or Menace? An ISP's View"
    1:23:00, Eric Raymond, Open Source Initiative, "Lessons from Bogofilter"
    1:44:30, Joshua Goodman, Microsoft Research, "Spam Filtering: From the Lab to the Real World"

    Session 4

    0:00:00, Michael Salib, MIT, "Integrating Heuristics with n-grams using Bayes and LMMSE"
    0:22:00, David Lewis, Independent Consultant, "Forty Years of Machine Learning for Text Classification"
    0:34:00, Jon Praed, Internet Law Group, "How Lawsuits Against Spammers Can Aid Spam-Filtering Technology: A Spam Litigator's View From the Front Lines"
    1:01:30, David Berlind, CNET, "Desperately Seeking: An Anti-Spam Consortium"
    1:26:30, Ken Schneider, Brightmail, "Fighting Spam in Real Time"
    1:47:00, Panel Discussion

    Thanks, Oliver!