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10th-Mar-2009 04:31 pm
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Interesting stuff I found today:

Qweery Search - based on a Dutch public search engine, has some interesting tweaks based on sales conversions, clicks and feedback.

Woosh - a Python search engine, originally for help systems. Features include fielded search, fast indexing and search, pluggable API (for relevance scores, text analysis, etc.), query language and spellchecker. Free and open-source, based on some other open-source engines.

Xappy wrapper for the Xapian open source search engine. The elsdoerfer blog shows how to integrate with django And the xapian blog has a speed comparison with Woosh

A low-cost commercial robtots.txt generator from BasiSoft (not the same as text analysis company Basis Technology)

Doug Lenat was positively impressed with Wolfram Alpha -- particularly good on country and stock price information, temperatures, cities, currencies, chemical compound names and measurements (such as 10cm/year). He says it has beautiful graphs and tables in the results page (http://www.semanticuniverse.com)
Comments 
20th-Mar-2009 01:20 am (UTC) - Stopka - Desktop search tool
http://www.stopka.us
just for your information
23rd-Jun-2009 04:28 am (UTC) - Re: Stopka - Desktop search tool
Sorry it took me so long, but it is interesting. Did you make any special improvements in non-Roman searching?
23rd-Jun-2009 10:47 am (UTC) - Re: Stopka - Desktop search tool
No. This is result of my search algorithm, it doesn't use language specific improvements.
25th-Jun-2009 12:31 am (UTC) - Re: Stopka - Desktop search tool
Just wondering. I'm not really covering desktop search these days, you should definitely send announcements to places like PC Week and the consumer-oriented magazines and web sties. Best o fluck!
25th-Jun-2009 04:43 pm (UTC) - Re: Stopka - Desktop search tool
Program (version 1.4) is not ready for everyday usage for ordinary user... it has several features and original search/index algorithm. May be only next versions of StopKa be ready for common use.
You suggest "PC Week and the consumer-oriented magazines and web sties"
Do you know some addresses? May be latter I'll use it to promote.
BTW, could you blog about StopKa when new version be ready?
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