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NAME
     Net::Twitter::Antispam - Making Twitter usable

NOTE
    This is an alpha-level module, it lacks tests, it may break, on your own
    head be it.

    But don't let that put you off contributing modules.

VERSION
     Version 0.01

SYNOPSIS
     use Net::Twitter::Antispam;

     my $spam = Net::Twitter::Antispam->new(username=>'foo',password=>'bar', active_plugins => [
         'Example', # Example module that ships with N::T::A, counters a previous spam attack
         'LessThan20', #Hypothetical other module that regards people with less than 20 tweets as spam
     ];

     # Gets a Net::Twitter
     my $t = $spam->twitter;
     foreach my $follower (@{$t->followers}) {
         say "Spammer: " . $follower->{screen_name} if $spam->is_user_spammy($follower);
         # You have the full power of Net::Twitter, but I'd question whether auto-blocking is a good strategy ;)
     }

FUNCTIONS
  new
    Constructs the object, Moose-style. Required attributes: username,
    password, active_plugins

  is_message_spammy (Str) => Bool
    Runs all active message plugins, gets the mean and returns whether that
    is over 50%

  is_user_spammy (HashRef) => Bool
    Runs all active user plugins, gets the mean and returns whether that is
    over 50%

  run_plugin ( $plugin_sub_name :: Str, $plugin_name :: Str, Array )
    The array at the end (not a ref!) contains args to pass to the plugin.
    For message plugins, it should get the message body. For user plugins it
    should get the user hashref returned from Net::Twitter.

    Useful if your plugin depends on the result of other plugins.

    e.g. run_plugin('is_message_spammy','ContextFreeLinks',$message);

MEMBER VARIABLES
  twitter :: Net::Twitter
  username :: Str
    Your twitter username

  password :: Str
    Your twitter password

  active_plugins :: ArrayRef
    List of plugins (without the Net::Twitter::Antispam::Plugin:: prefix)
    that you want to activate

AUTHOR
    James Laver, "<sprintf(qw(%s@%s.%s cpan jameslaver com))>"

SEE ALSO
    Net::Twitter - This wraps part of the API, you'll want to know how to
    work it. Net::Twitter::Antispam::Plugin::Example - An example plugin
    that blocks a previous twitter spam tactic.

BUGS
    Please report any bugs or feature requests to "bug-net-twitter-antispam
    at rt.cpan.org", or through the web interface at
    <http://rt.cpan.org/NoAuth/ReportBug.html?Queue=Net-Twitter-Antispam>. I
    will be notified, and then you'll automatically be notified of progress
    on your bug as I make changes.

SUPPORT
    *   RT: CPAN's request tracker

        <http://rt.cpan.org/NoAuth/Bugs.html?Dist=Net-Twitter-Antispam>

    *   AnnoCPAN: Annotated CPAN documentation

        <http://annocpan.org/dist/Net-Twitter-Antispam>

PATCHES WELCOME
    As stated this is alpha software. If you find a bug, please fix it in
    github and send me a message letting me know i need to merge it.

    If you want a feature, the API is stupidly easy, you can probably write
    it easily.

    Source is on github: <http://github.com/jjl/Net-Twitter-Antispam> IRC:
    elpenguin @ irc.perl.org#net-twitter (if I'm not there, I'm probably in
    #london.pm)

ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS
    An anti-thankyou to all of the twitter spammers who made me write this.
    A thankyou to various #london.pm members who've shown enthusiasm about
    the project.

COPYRIGHT & LICENSE
    Copyright 2009 James Laver, all rights reserved.

    This program is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify it
    under the same terms as Perl itself.

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