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Re: Open source Search Engines for my site ?

  • Subject: Re: Open source Search Engines for my site ?
  • From: ".:J:." <MONKEYselskab-at-bigfoot.com>
  • Date: Fri, 3 Feb 2006 21:34:34 +0100
  • Newsgroups: alt.internet.search-engines
  • Organization: TDC Totalloesninger
  • References: <43e1abb8$0$2413$edfadb0f@dread14.news.tele.dk> <Xns975E992F2F70castleamber@> <drstpk$1h8i$1@godfrey.mcc.ac.uk> <43e28423$0$2492$edfadb0f@dread14.news.tele.dk> <drvb5g$gar$1@godfrey.mcc.ac.uk>
  • Xref: news.mcc.ac.uk alt.internet.search-engines:76333
>>>>> Hey
>>>>> I'm looking for an open source SE to put on my site. I'd like to make
>>>>> the external search engines (google etc) crawl my search engine, so
>>>>> that i.e. Google would index my search engines database. Any
>>>>> suggestions on a simple open source search engine ?
>>>> htdig, not sure if it's still supported, etc.
>>> PhpDig < http://www.phpdig.net/ > might still have some active 
>>> development
>>> and is probably more modern. I don't know if Entropy Search is Open
>>> Source,
>>> but I assume it is. Regarding the latter point, external (third-party)
>>> search engines will not have interest in indices which you generate
>>> locally.
>>> Google sitemaps are the closest thing, but they are associated with
>>> crawling
>>> patterns, not search results.
>>> Roy
>> How about this site www.lasso.dk ? How does it make google and others 
>> index
>> their searchresults ?
>> cheers
>> j
> That site has PageRank of 2 and I have a hard time understanding what it
> contains. I don't know any Danish->English page conversions. I remember 
> that
> as a deficiency among translation tools, which has been raised before in
> this newsgroup. What do you know about this site which we are missing? Is 
> it
> run by a friend of yours? It is said to have been first seen in February
> 2002, so PageRank 2 could indicate slow growth, unless the URL alone was
> parked in the interim.
> I am not sure that indexing of search results, which can be done by 
> linking
> to a query execution, is the same as the situation that involves indexing
> the indices or pulling indices from a local search tool. Have you tried
> searching for links 'backward' to see how/why this pages get indexed?
> Best wishes,
> Roy
> -- 
> Roy S. Schestowitz

I don't know the guy that runs it. To me it seems that google does crawl 
this searchengine with queries. Backlinks on google return nothing really, 
yahoo returns plenty.

I'm trying to find that searchengine/tool he is using.


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