I'm just uploading a screenshot of the latest version of Io.
It now sports an indexed view, by the first character in any of 3
keywords for a given article.
The screenshot shows the indexed view:
Viewing a message in Section A, which has two keywords, Apache and PHP.
If you click on the PHP link in the main body of the message you get
linked into the P section to the same message.
Clicking on the "Topical" link brings you the same message but displayed
in the traditional Io interface already on http://io.linux.ie/. I've
also added a new UNSORTED category and subject making it easier to add
The indexed view will be the default view.
The list of sections, A,B,C etc also list the number of messages in
each, and it's refreshed every ten minutes (by the PHP script, so if
nobody is using it, it doesn't refresh..)
If you enter two keywords with the same starting letter (ie. test1,
test2) then they're put into the same entry in the db.
The way it is now, if keywords are chosen carefully by users, it should
provide a great crosslinked resource once it starts filling up.
I still have the names of those interested in admining this beast, I'll
be on to you next week!
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