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Re: [vox] modification to the archive

Excuse my ignorance of the archive's features, but is there no 
facility to search message content?  I think that would be more 
effective, mainly because most folks wouldn't bother to add useful 

If we CAN already search by content, I would personally never bother 
trying to search keywords.

-- Rod

On Saturday 01 December 2001 12:12 pm, Peter Jay Salzman wrote:
> herny et al, i had a good idea.
> i think our vox-tech archive would be greatly enhanced if we could
> add "keywords" to posts.
> suppose we write a vox-tech post that would be very useful for
> people who are trying to search about how to solve irq problems.  
> at the first line of the email, we could put some kind of "Keywords:
> " header, like:
> Keywords: irq, conflict, /proc/interrupts
> that way, we can find posts about irq conflicts even when the
> subject of the thread is something like "my dvd player doesn't
> work".
> a search would still search for title of email, but we could also
> add searching for keywords, and perhaps let the person know which
> posts matched by keyword and which matched via subject.
> what thinkest everybody?
> pete
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