Re: indexing and querying XML (not XQuery)
* Bullard, Claude L (Len) <len.bullard@i...> [2005-08-23 15:34]: > One other thought: suppose that rather than providing Google with > original content, the index was locally generated and submitted in > a standard format. Wouldn't that be something like a locally > generated topic map that is published as the sole interface to the > content? Is that your idea, Alan? As long as the code is > inspectable (no compiled components), this is palatable. Sorry, fading in and out today. Programming, for one. A lot of new information, to try to absorb for another. Topic maps? You mean these? http://www.topicmaps.org/xtm/index.html In essence, most blogs have a search box, so most blogs already have a search engine of some kind on board. I'd like to provide a REST interface that generates results in XML, so that a blog can be searched via scripting. I'd like to create a REST interface that would allow a script, or a user interface, to create a comment regarding relevance, and have the blog store that comment. Gaming is countered by only permitting scripts or persons to comment, if they also have a blog, and that blog is listed as a trusted blog, somewhere. A lot of voting. A lot of consenus. No single authority. > That would at least make some of my objections go away by ensuring > that whatever Google sees, I grant permission for that. Again, I > would want to be my own ISP and so will anyone else as things > evolve. This would push the power back to the author/owners > rather than continuing toward a web where a few bigCo/govs can > decide what anything is worth and what is right. Yes. -- Alan Gutierrez - alan@e... - http://engrm.com/blogometer/index.html - http://engrm.com/blogometer/rss.2.0.xml
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