Hi Florian,

I know that the larger sites (e.g., blogger) use
root/YYYY/MM/title-separated-by-dashes

If you expect to support really, really active sites you may want to add
Days in there so that it's slightly easier to find an entry. You may also
want to support supplemental URLs, such as root/category/NAME so that people
can find all of the posts in a given tag easily. I know that lifehacker does
something similar.

Just as a side note, you should use dashes instead of underscores to
separate words in the titles; Google interprets the dash as a space and the
underscore as a hyphen (backwards, I know)  -- see
http://www.movable-type-weblog.com/archive/entry/filename-with-underscore-or-dash.html

Good luck!
Matt

On 7/5/07, Florian Lindner <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:

Hello,
I'm currently rethinking my Blog's structure for saving entries.
At the moment I use a flat structure with all entries represented by an
instance. The naming scheme is like 2007_07_05_Title_of_entry example: [1]

But that is not something I really like and I think it will be
unhandleable
for large blogs.

What would you suggest as an organization?

Something like 2007/05/Title or even 2007/05/13/Title?

Thanks for ideas!

Florian


[1] http://xgm.de/Blog/2007_05_13_Zeit_für_eine_neue_Suchmaschine
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