Re: [TLDA-Members] Re: [ga] Evolution of the Cartel
www.search.etc is one such engine in existence today
From: L. Gallegos [mailto:email@example.com]
Sent: Wednesday, April 23, 2003 15:09
To: firstname.lastname@example.org; email@example.com
Subject: Re: [TLDA-Members] Re: [ga] Evolution of the Cartel
I haven't kept up with who is developing what lately, but I do know that
there are search engines either in development or already in existance for
the inclusive name space.
[. . . ]
Back to search engines... There will come a time, when demand is there,
for more search capabilities. The engines will appear when they are
needed. There may be a member or two in TLDA who have them started now,
On 23 Apr 2003 at 15:42, DannyYounger@cs.com wrote:
> Re: All you have to do is make ONE 2-second setting change
> on your computer and they have lost all power over you.
> I haven't weighed in on inclusive namespace issues in some time, but I
> would like to express a concern...
> Many users find content by way of search engines. Unfortunately, I am
> still not aware of any popular search tools that are returning results from
> the inclusive namespace. If these sites can't readily be found, then they
> are of little value to the vast majority of users, and they are certainly
> of highly limited value to businessmen who launch a commercial website
> precisely because they want to be found.
> Can you advise as to what is being done in your own community to attend to
> this problem? Or is my assessment of the problem incorrect?
> Best regards,
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