Ferret webpage down

The ferret webpage at http://ferret.davebalmain.com/ has been down for a
number of days. Any idea what’s going on? or how to notify the
webmaster?

The ferret webpage at http://ferret.davebalmain.com/ has been down for a
number of days. Any idea what’s going on? or how to notify the
webmaster?

maybe dave is working on that page? i guess he’s aware of the problem,
and
as he said, he’s planning to release 1.0 in the near future… so it
wouldn’t surprise me if he’s currently working on that page…

anyway, he is reading this list, so he’s notified by now :slight_smile:

Ben

On 2007-02-21, at 13:01, John wrote:

Looks like it’s still down. I need some information from that site.
I’m
not sure if Dave is notified though.

what do you need? Maybe someone on the list can help you …

you can still access the API via http://ferret.davebalmain.com/api/

Ben

Looks like it’s still down. I need some information from that site. I’m
not sure if Dave is notified though.

Benjamin K. wrote:

The ferret webpage at http://ferret.davebalmain.com/ has been down for a
number of days. Any idea what’s going on? or how to notify the
webmaster?

maybe dave is working on that page? i guess he’s aware of the problem,
and
as he said, he’s planning to release 1.0 in the near future… so it
wouldn’t surprise me if he’s currently working on that page…

anyway, he is reading this list, so he’s notified by now :slight_smile:

Ben

Or maybe you are in luck and the waybackmachine or google-cache has what
you
need:
http://web.archive.org/web/20060515035404/ferret.davebalmain.com/trac

Cheers,
Jan

Thanks for the cache links.

I wanted to find out if there is information related to unicode support
in Ferret. Anyone here have any info regarding that?

Jan P. wrote:

Or maybe you are in luck and the waybackmachine or google-cache has what
you
need:
http://web.archive.org/web/20060515035404/ferret.davebalmain.com/trac

Cheers,
Jan

On 2/22/07, John [email protected] wrote:

Thanks for the cache links.

I wanted to find out if there is information related to unicode support
in Ferret. Anyone here have any info regarding that?

The quick answer is that Ferret generally treats strings as an arrays
of bytes so it can handle whatever strings the Analyzer gives it.
Analyzers are pretty easy to implement. You can search the mailing
list or look at the unit tests packaged with Ferret for examples. The
default Analyzer will handle strings according to your locale settings
so if your locale is set to utf-8 then the analyzer should parse utf-8
strings correctly.

As for the website being down, Ben was half right. I’m not actually
working on it yet but I plan to migrate to a combination of Colaboa
and Ruse very soon. I was hoping to get to it a little sooner but it
looks like I’ll need to get trac up and running again for a little
while longer.

Cheers,
Dave

Thanks, Dave. Just tried it out, and it works beautifully out of the
box. Looking forward to the new version!

David B. wrote:

The quick answer is that Ferret generally treats strings as an arrays
of bytes so it can handle whatever strings the Analyzer gives it.
Analyzers are pretty easy to implement. You can search the mailing
list or look at the unit tests packaged with Ferret for examples. The
default Analyzer will handle strings according to your locale settings
so if your locale is set to utf-8 then the analyzer should parse utf-8
strings correctly.

As for the website being down, Ben was half right. I’m not actually
working on it yet but I plan to migrate to a combination of Colaboa
and Ruse very soon. I was hoping to get to it a little sooner but it
looks like I’ll need to get trac up and running again for a little
while longer.

Cheers,
Dave

working on it yet but I plan to migrate to a combination of Colaboa
and Ruse very soon. I was hoping to get to it a little sooner but it

can you post any urls about colaboa/ruse ? never heard of that.

Ben

On 2/23/07, Benjamin K. [email protected] wrote:

working on it yet but I plan to migrate to a combination of Colaboa
and Ruse very soon. I was hoping to get to it a little sooner but it

can you post any urls about colaboa/ruse ? never heard of that.

Ben

http://rubyforge.org/projects/ruse/

http://collaboa.org/

Cheers,

Jan P.

On Fri, Feb 23, 2007 at 01:08:21PM +0100, Benjamin K. wrote:

working on it yet but I plan to migrate to a combination of Colaboa
and Ruse very soon. I was hoping to get to it a little sooner but it

can you post any urls about colaboa/ruse ? never heard of that.

Collaboa is a rails-based Trac clone with some additional features like
multi-project capabilities:
http://collaboa.org/

Ruse is a wiki engine:

http://wikis.onestepback.org/Ruse/page/show/InstallationGuide
http://onestepback.org/index.cgi/Tech/Ruse

Jens


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