I asked a very similar question recently.
gnus-summary-lower-score f(ollowup) &etc.
For me this often works to Lfst<ret>
,----[ (info "(gnus)Summary Score Commands") ]
| Score on followups--this matches the author name, and adds
| scores to the followups to this author. (Using this key
| leads to the creation of `ADAPT' files.)
BTW, I've found it helpful to use a single .SCORE and a single .ADAPT
file for all news. In your init.el file:
>>>>> "AA" == Allan Adler <[email protected]> writes:
AA> Suppose that I don't want to read the USENET postings of a
AA> certain person, say, Peter Daniels, just for definiteness,
AA> although there are others. I looked at the info for gnus and I
AA> think I can figure out how to kill postings that are actually
AA> by Peter Daniels. However, that isn't good enough, because
AA> other people who reply to him often quote his offensive
AA> remarks and I wind up reading them anyway. So, I need some way
AA> of telling gnus to kill all articles that contain the
AA> consecutive words "Peter" and "Daniels" anywhere in the
AA> article, not just in the "From" field. Admittedly, that might
AA> not be perfect since some people quote without attribution,
AA> but it should be good enough for my purposes.
AA> How does one do it? -- Ignorantly, Allan Adler
AA> <[email protected]> * Disclaimer: I am a guest and
AA> *not* a member of the MIT CSAIL. My actions and * comments do
AA> not reflect in any way on MIT. Also, I am nowhere near Boston.
"He had delusions of adequacy." - Walter Kerr
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