Re: Any advice for a searchable web archiver ?

2017-11-27 Thread Ricardo Signes
* Marc Chantreux [2017-11-20T14:42:24] > > We're using Xapian as part of Cyrus IMAP, and it's quite useful for > > what we're doing, > > do you think this should be enough to store mailing lists archives? Based on personal experience, yes. -- rjbs signature.asc

Re: Any advice for a searchable web archiver ?

2017-11-21 Thread Marc Chantreux
On Tue, Nov 21, 2017 at 01:17:17AM +, Eric Wong wrote: > Which parts of the INSTALL, HACKING, or README were unclear? i just missed the good url to clone from README: git clone git://repo.or.cz/public-inbox thank you

Re: Any advice for a searchable web archiver ?

2017-11-20 Thread Eric Wong
Marc Chantreux wrote: > hello, > > > public-inbox is Perl, uses Email::MIME, and (optionally) uses > > Xapian like notmuch. The Perl bits around search indexing is > > ported to Perl from what I understood of the C++ code in notmuch. > > it seems you explored very

Re: Any advice for a searchable web archiver ?

2017-11-20 Thread Marc Chantreux
On Sun, Nov 19, 2017 at 08:15:15PM -0600, Peter Karman wrote: > I like to think that Dezi, like Lucy, is stable rather than inactive, but > your point is taken. :) thank you for this point! this is very important for me to know we can test a stable product. > You could use Dezi::App with

Re: Any advice for a searchable web archiver ?

2017-11-20 Thread Bron Gondwana
On Mon, 20 Nov 2017, at 07:52, Marc Chantreux wrote: > Hello, Hi Marc > As the sympa community (http://www.sympa.org) recently grown, we are > thinking about revamping the whole UI and we would like to have > a new web archiver based on: > > * no default frontend but exposing the API through

Re: Any advice for a searchable web archiver ?

2017-11-20 Thread Peter Karman
Marc Chantreux wrote on 11/19/17 2:52 PM: Hello, As the sympa community (http://www.sympa.org) recently grown, we are thinking about revamping the whole UI and we would like to have a new web archiver based on: * no default frontend but exposing the API through REST, websockets or whatever.

Re: Any advice for a searchable web archiver ?

2017-11-19 Thread Eric Wong
Marc Chantreux wrote: > Hello, > > As the sympa community (http://www.sympa.org) recently grown, we are > thinking about revamping the whole UI and we would like to have > a new web archiver based on: > > * no default frontend but exposing the API through REST,