Any way to search the mailing list archives?
S. Dale Morrey
sdalemorrey at gmail.com
Fri Apr 27 12:28:38 MDT 2012
There is actually a project called open crawl or something like that which
is a publically accessible webcrawler. Someone wrote an article on how to
convert their db dump into a real search engine using hadoop or something
similar from amazon. Ill try to pick through my links and find it when I
On Apr 27, 2012 12:08 PM, "Daniel Fussell" <dfussell at byu.edu> wrote:
> On 04/27/2012 10:54 AM, Michael Torrie wrote:
> > On 04/27/2012 09:27 AM, Lonnie Olson wrote:
> >> On Fri, Apr 27, 2012 at 9:17 AM, Michael Torrie<torriem at gmail.com>
> >>> I'm trying to find our last discussion on domain name registrars, but I
> >>> can't find a good way to search this list archives. Have I missed
> >>> anything on plug.org's site, or maybe my google fu is failing me?
> >> Just use Google.
> >> "site:plug.org rhel"
> > Are you suggesting "rhel" is a keyword that will return name registrar
> > threads? Cause I already tried "site:plug.org domain name registrars"
> > and got nothing relevant. I got a 2006 thread as the second hit. Not
> > terribly relevant anymore. When I tried to restrict the hits to last
> > year, google turns up nothing. I should try bing as Google is sucking
> > more and more at returning relevant links. Google used to be great for
> > linux results,
> I yearn for the days when my search page had only a simple text field,
> an image, and 2 search buttons; and when the result list was just as
> simple and helpful. Then they started sticking their fingers in
> everyone else's pie, tasting each one repeatedly. Now a 500MHz ARM
> processor isn't enough to render the simplified mobile search page in
> under 60 seconds, let alone the results. I'm beginning to think wading
> through the unsorted results from AOLs' original Webcrawler would be
> faster and easier. Or even surfing semi-random links directly.
> Yes, Google is now the Walmart of the Internets, and has gone down the
> series-of-tubes. I'm half tempted to start an open-source, distributed
> search engine akin to SETI at home.
> ;-Daniel Fussell
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