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Going through the links pointing to external sites is also interesting to scan for spam links, hence this is indeed desireable.

I currently lack the time to do it myself, and database access is somewhat scarce, but the relevant DB schema is (roughly):

create table node ( node_id integer not null unique primary key, type_nodetype integer not null references node, author_user integer not null references node, lastedit timestamp ); create table user ( user_id integer not null references node ); create table note ( note_id integer not null unique primary key references node(node_i +d), doctext text not null default '' );

And Real, Working SQL to query these tables is (also at Replies with outbound links, but that's for gods only to access):

select node_id, doctext from node left join document on node_id = document_id where lastedit > date_sub( current_date(), interval 10 day ) and type_nodetype = 11 -- note and doctext like '%http://%' order by lastedit desc

This SQL should be refined to also catch https:// links, and then some Perl code needs to be written to verify that the text is an actual link.

Test cases for text with links would be for example:

<p>It's right [https://cpants.cpanauthors.org/release/GWHAYWOOD/sendma +il-pmilter-1.20_01|here].</p> --- <a href="http://www.groklaw.net">Groklaw</a> --- [href://http://www.perlmonks.org/?node=Tutorials|Monastery Tutorials]

Negative test cases would be:

<P><A>http://matrix.cpantesters.org/?dist=sendmail-pmilter%201.20_01</ +A></P> --- "http://localhost:3000"

Ideally, we will be able to refine this code later to highlight outbound links that are not on the whitelist of Perlmonks links.


In reply to Re: Solving possible missing links by Corion
in thread Solving possible missing links by talexb

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