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'PICLIST archives?'
1998\04\12@180031 by TRE

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Hello-
Is there a PICLIST archive search?

I'm looking for USART examples (specifically sending 2bytes at a time).
Is there a URL for the search?

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1998\04\12@194551 by Alan Nickerson

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Currently there is no search on the piclist archives. The data format for
most of the archive prohibits this. I am working on moving the Archive to a
faster server in a format more suited to such a search.

If your interested in looking at what there is the URL is:
http://www.iversoft.com/piclist/

Alan Nickerson

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1998\04\12@205651 by Gennady Palitsky

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>If your interested in looking at what there is the URL is:
>http://www.iversoft.com/piclist/
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>Alan Nickerson
>

Alan,
Archive is definitely a lot faster now, thanks a lot. But I believe there is
a problem with March 1998 archive. I tried to find few posts today and it
shows anything but what is in a message title.

Gennady Palitsky
Jefferson Audio Video Systems
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1998\04\13@002414 by Sean Breheny

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At 07:43 PM 4/12/98 -0400, you wrote:
>Currently there is no search on the piclist archives. The data format for
>most of the archive prohibits this. I am working on moving the Archive to a
>faster server in a format more suited to such a search.
>
>If your interested in looking at what there is the URL is:
>http://www.iversoft.com/piclist/
>
>Alan Nickerson

Alan,

Thanks very much for the archive! BTW, I am a bit curious about what you
said regarding the search. Often, when I search something about pics on
AltaVista, I get links to messages within the archive as results. I was
just wondering how come AltaVista was able to search it if you say that the
data format prohibits this.

Sean


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1998\04\13@074800 by Alan Nickerson

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This is because AltaVista has probed the site with a cralwer and has
generated a keyword list of the entire site. When you select a URL from
AltaVista you are getta a URL that refrence a CGI script. The newformat on
the faster server will allow better searching and performance even for
AltaVista.

Alan

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'piclist archives?'
1998\06\29@211936 by jimjim
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Greetings,

Rather than ask all sorts of pointless FAQs, is anyone aware of the
existence of some kind of archive of piclist discussions?  Preferably with
a web interface and text search.

Any pointers?

Danke,
Jonathan.

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1998\06\30@112324 by Ron Fial

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I don't know of a web archive, but I have all the posts from January till now (3
8 Megabytes, but that includes all mail headers), and could put them somewhere (
perhaps an FTP site) if people are interested  This file is 'only' 9.4 MB zipped
.  This is an ASCII file (Eudora .mbx file).  Eudora also maintains a table of
contents (subjects) file, that is 2.7MB for the piclist.

Another group that I belong to has an archive web page, where all the daily dige
sts are kept, and you can look at each one with your web browser.  They plan to
have a search feature, but it isn't implemented yet.  It would be nice if someon
e in the piclist could do this for us.

A brute force search would put quite a load on a server.  I search my entire 38
Megs piclist mailbox with Eudora Pro, it takes 56 seconds to get thru it (200MHz
Pentium Pro, 64MB RAM).  But if I have a question about a buggy 16C66 serial po
rt, such a search is valuable in finding the answers!

Regards,
 Ron Fial  (  .....ronKILLspamspam.....fial.com  )
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At 06:09 PM 6/29/98 -0700, you wrote:
>Greetings,
>
>Rather than ask all sorts of pointless FAQs, is anyone aware of the
>existence of some kind of archive of piclist discussions?  Preferably with
>a web interface and text search.
...
>Danke,
>Jonathan.

1998\06\30@133549 by chris

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Does anyone know what has happend to the site at:
http://cdr.stanford.edu/people/luehrb/up/pic/

It is still up, but appears to be about two years old!

Chris

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'piclist archives?'
1998\07\01@184138 by Sean Breheny
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Well, gee, there used to be a web archive, it was at http://www.iversoft.com.
Now, if I try to access it, Netscape just keeps on loading file after
file and never finishes. Anyone have any ideas what is wrong (if is it
down now?)


Sean

On Tue, 30 Jun 1998, Ron Fial wrote:

> I don't know of a web archive, but I have all the posts from January till now
(38 Megabytes, but that includes all mail headers), and could put them somewhere
(perhaps an FTP site) if people are interested  This file is 'only' 9.4 MB zipp
ed.  This is an ASCII file (Eudora .mbx file).  Eudora also maintains a table of
contents (subjects) file, that is 2.7MB for the piclist.
>
> Another group that I belong to has an archive web page, where all the daily di
gests are kept, and you can look at each one with your web browser.  They plan t
o have a search feature, but it isn't implemented yet.  It would be nice if some
one in the piclist could do this for us.
>
> A brute force search would put quite a load on a server.  I search my entire 3
8 Megs piclist mailbox with Eudora Pro, it takes 56 seconds to get thru it (200M
Hz Pentium Pro, 64MB RAM).  But if I have a question about a buggy 16C66 serial
port, such a search is valuable in finding the answers!
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1998\07\01@201201 by hatfield

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Sean Breheny wrote:
>
> Well, gee, there used to be a web archive, it was at http://www.iversoft.com.
> Now, if I try to access it, Netscape just keeps on loading file after
> file and never finishes. Anyone have any ideas what is wrong (if is it
> down now?)

I found archives at <http://anick.simplenet.com/piclist>

They can be accessed or downloaded by date, subject, etc.


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1998\07\01@203232 by William Chops Westfield

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Scary thing, archives.  Cisco recently announced a relationship with
Echelon (http://www.cisco.com/warp/public/146/june98/4.html)  So one
of my coworkers typed "cisco and echelon" into a web search engine,
and what popped up but a 1995 message from me, where I blasted Echelon
for being "not hacker friendly"...

:-)
BillW

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