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   Re: XML is boring (was Re: coming clean with the SGML crowd)

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  • From: Fernando Cabral <fernando@pix.com.br>
  • To: Dave Winer <dave@userland.com>
  • Date: Fri, 11 Sep 1998 11:36:55 -0400

Dave Winer wrote:

> One is a siteChanges.xml file for our server, www.scripting.com. It's very
> useful, if the search engines, or one search engine would read the damned
> file. If every webmaster produced one, the time to re-index the web would
> be dramatically shortened, and the search engines that used this would kick
> their competition's butts.

In fact Dataware II (publisher) from Dataware (www.dataware.com) does an excelent
job. I've using it myself with great results. What's better: it may automatically
generate databases for web access or for CD distribution. Web is great
for on-line access; CD is wonderful for long-term backup. It's worth a try.

- fernando

mailto:fernando@pix.com.br                    http://www.pix.com.br
Fernando Cabral                               Padrao iX Sistemas Abertos
Fernando@Pix.com.br                           Pix@Pix.com.br
Fone: +55 61 321-2433                         Fax: +55 61 225-3082

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