Ticket system thinks links to Django tickets are spam and gives rude wording
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When I posted the ticket at https://code.djangoproject.com/ticket/17790, I got a response saying that this was probably spam and I needed an obfuscated Captcha to prove that it is not spam. The ticket, as far as I can tell, contains one link to a Django page and nothing even remotely spammy. And the system didn't even have a politely worded "To confirm that you are human, please solve the following Captcha;" it gave accusatory language stating that my post was probably spam.
I would suggest:
1: URL's from a whitelist to include Django's domain not be treated as smelling like spam, and
2: If the Bayesian filter is triggered, have a POLITE way of asking the person to answer captcha.