Colm Buckley wrote:
>>> Also, how about local search function, as one cannot guarantee the
>>> periodicity of Google crawls of linux.ie.
>>> As it happens, we had implemented various local search recipes over the
> years, but we've found simply using Google to be more reliable and (of
> course) much lower-maintenance. The access logs on dagda indicate that
> Google is rarely more than a day or two behind in indexing the site,
> which seems sufficient to me.
>> And there are several Googlers on the list who are more than capable of
> having a prod should things get seriously late.
I've actually noticed that none of my google ILUG searches
have worked lately. Taking a random example:
You would think the following would return something?
Pádraig Brady - http://www.pixelbeat.org
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