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Re: SEUL: Searchable website!
In message <firstname.lastname@example.org>, email@example.com writes:
>Excellent idea. I was going to ask if you used a search engine when you listed
>the three occurrences of 'usered' in a previous post. The Linux Journal uses
Nah..I used find+grep in the archives directory. ;) But that doesn't scale very
well, especially since most people don't have accounts on belegost. :)
>the same search engine on their web site. I don't know which is better but
>Linux Journal has their archives listed in the reverse order to SEUL's, namely
>current to older. Also another site has them in the same order as SEUL's but
>has a link to the current one. This helps when the number of posts gets large.
Should be a togglable config option somewhere. That's a good point. Anybody
else have opinions?
>Just ideas. Finally on the education page we should change the computerbank
> ComputerBank is a project to reload old 386 PCs tossed out by corporations
>with lightweight, free Linux applications, for distribution to kids in low-
>income families who can't afford a new PC.
Changed..let me know if it's what you had in mind.
>Also I was just able to reach the site. I subscribed to it and will keep
>everyone posted. Can't think of anything else.
I'm on the freehive (freehive.org) list. I will mail them in a few days,
to check in and introduce myself. I will ask them for comments on seul's
site, as well as see if they're interested in the html side of the
lu-news project (http://linuxunited.org/projects/news/)