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   RE: [xml-dev] indexing and querying XML (not XQuery)

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Observe it behaviorally, and the XML-Devs are 
not well-threaded.  Humans don't stick to the 
topic.  They drift and the directions of drift 
are illuminating clues for problem-solving systems. 
If I want to aggregate, I have to have a way 
to use the Subject line sparingly.

Entice?  Free beer or egoboo?

I'm not sure why I want to host your search 
component.  In fact, I'm sure I don't.  Nothing 
personal, just that the web has become exactly 
what some feared it would become:  the world's 
most pervasive snitch.  So how is your search 
component any different from a spybot?  What would 
I (the content *owner*) do with it?  Participate? 
Give to get?  Get got?

Discussion is only tracked by links if I bother 
to link.  Sometimes I can't be bothered.  :-)


From: 'Alan Gutierrez' [mailto:alan-xml-dev@engrm.com]

    Blogs and XML-Dev are different. XML-Dev is threaded
    discussions. In blogs, discussion is tracked through links.

    I'm sure that blogs would be an easier task.

    Blogging software is extensible. It's possible to entice
    bloggers to host a component of the search algorithm.


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