On Mon, May 14, 2007 at 07:53:31PM +0200, Danny B. wrote:
We recently added full archives search to Lingr (http://www.lingr.com),
and we used Ferret/AAF to do it.
cool I really like the result clustering.
Small issue: The statement ‘Displaying the top 100’ was confusing at
first since only 7 or so rooms were displayed. Maybe additionally
mentioning the number of rooms could help to clear things up a bit?
I.e.: ‘Displaying 100 messages from 7 rooms’
I’ve written a blog post with some details of that integration, and I
thought some of you might be interested. See
I’m grateful to the authors of Ferret and AAF, as well as to all the
people in this forum who helped me stumble through the integration. I
hope I can give something back here to even things up
I think that multi-lingual tokenizer could be useful for other users of
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