Google Crawls Into Source-Code Search
Klaus D. Witzel
klaus.witzel at cobss.com
Sun Oct 8 17:54:01 UTC 2006
On Sun, 08 Oct 2006 19:37:29 +0200, Philippe Marschall wrote:
> 2006/10/8, Klaus D. Witzel wrote:
>> On Sun, 08 Oct 2006 13:45:36 +0200, Philippe Marschall wrote:
>> > 2006/10/8, Giovanni Corriga wrote:
>> >> Il giorno sab, 07/10/2006 alle 12.17 +0200, Philippe Marschall ha
>> >> scritto:
>> >> > continuation lang:smalltalk site:squeaksource.com
>> >> > but it looks like site is not implemented (and mcz are not
>> indexed) so
>> >> > it doesn't work.
>> >> >
>> >> > But considering the amout of code available at SqueakSource, most
>> >> > matches probably will be from there anyway (once it's implemented).
>> >> >
>> >> > But I think we could play dirty little tricks. List the mcz files
>> >> > zip too in the listing....
>> >> > .... now that I think about it .... ;)
>> >> What about sending a mail to the Google Code team
>> > Did that but you have to be realistic.
>> Why would the google crawler index http://www.squeaksource.com/<put id
>> here>/ , are there hyperlinks pointing to SqueakSource projects and/or
>> there a (session-less) SqueakSource page which presents hyperlinks of
>> projects to the crawler?
> Because google knows anything ;)
> (2nd hit)
Hhm, did the meaning of *all projects* change recently?
>> >> and working with them?
>> > How should that work? Submit a patch? Get a job at Google?
> Maybe we should start marketing SqueakSource as Web 2.0 of source code
:) why not, if it works.
> I mean we have:
> - wikis
> - rss feeds
> - tags
> - collaboration
> - user content
> - run on a Mac (a real one, not a soulless MacPC) ;)
> - dynamic languages
> - continuations/seaside
> - a vcs that beats the crap out of everything that is file based
> - ...
> A blog post from Avi could make a real impact.
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