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

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Good article, Rob. Thanks.  Cutting is a sharp fellow 
from what I read there.  Good to know this is a viable 
project.  At least it will be until it hits a big venue 
and the blue coats come out of hiding. ;-)

It will be a healthy development for the web and the 
society that uses it when searchability and indexing 
become something the local can understand and control. 
For the average user's concept of information sharing, 
the web is the world's largest nudist colony.

o I don't want to be always connected; I want to be always informed.

o I don't want to always be visible but I don't want to be lost.

"Empowerment is not abandonment."


From: Robert Koberg [mailto:rob@koberg.com]

Bullard, Claude L (Len) wrote:
> That's an implementation issue for searching the docs. 
> I have to look at Lucene.  

You might be more interested in Nutch (built on Lucene):


"Google has come under more and more criticisms about being bombed by 
self-announced Search Engine Optimizers and other spammers. [extern] 
Doug Cutting, an expert who has been working in the field of information 
retrieval for over fifteen years, wants do better. He is searching 
together with hundreds of developers for a more transparent way of 
searching with an open source web search engine in the [extern] Nutch 



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