On Sunday 15 February 2009 16:56:35 steve wrote: > Anne Wilson wrote: > >> I understand that there has been a discussion about the matter on this > >> mailing list, however, i am wondering whether the fact that these > >> headers would contribute to the way google sees the archive was > >> considered ? What i mean is, compare: > >> > >> http://www.google.com/search?q=fedora+help > >> http://www.google.com/search?q=fedora+community > >> http://www.google.com/search?q=fedora+assistance > > > > Seriously, if you have a problem would you be likely to put any of those > > into the searchbox? > > ehe ...that's *exactly* point i was trying to make, in case you missed it. > Starting with the most likely, but not relevant query (fedora+help) to the > least likely but most relevant query (community+assistance+fedora), to > match an actual post in our archives. > > To be more explicit, I am more likely to use: > > http://www.google.com/search?q=fedora+help+with+wireless > (which does *not* show any posts from the list, although it should) > > ... than use ... > > http://www.google.com/search?q=fedora+community+assistance+with+wireless > (which *does* show up posts from the list, but is the least likely to > occur) > Whereas I wouldn't use any of those. I'd simply use fedora+wireless+ath5k or some such, so that subject line would have no impact on the return, which, incidentally, is 16,200 results. Anne Anne
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