[Bioperl-l] searching Bioperl archives

Jurgen Pletinckx jurgen.pletinckx at algonomics.com
Fri Dec 17 11:36:56 EST 2004



does indeed work exactly as one would expect.

The mail below indicates we have Kyle Jensen to thank for this.

(I now notice for the first tme this mail didn't actually go to 
bioperl, which may explain why this knowledge is not widespread).

>From dag at sonsorol.org  Tue May 11 10:01:20 2004
From: dag at sonsorol.org (Chris Dagdigian)
Date: Tue May 11 10:05:21 2004
Subject: [DAS] testing a new Open-Bio website and mail list archive search
Message-ID: <40A0DCB0.1050207 at sonsorol.org>

Hello Everyone,

A fantastic volunteer (Kyle Jensen) has been steathily working on a 
problem for us that has long been a major issue for us -- website 
searching and indexing.

We've tried various solutions and ht://dig implementations in the past 
and nothing really worked well.

Kyle has been setting up a search indexing system based on the code from 
www.swish-e.org and so far it looks very very promising.

We have 2 main indexed search sites:

This page is a search index for all of the open-bio hosted websites:

This page is just for searching mailing list archives:

Please give the pages a whirl and let me know what you think.

Thanks again Kyle!

open-bio.org admin team


Jurgen Pletinckx
AlgoNomics NV 

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