[fm] Pagecast 1.1.0

Markus Fleck fleck@informatik.uni-bonn.de
Sat, 31 Jul 99 05:26:19 GMT

  Preston Landers - July 01st 1999, 20:27 EST

  Pagecast submits lists of URL's to various search engines such as
  AltaVista, Infoseek, Excite, Google, etc to be indexed. It can run from
  the command-line or as a mail-robot (email a list of URL's to
  pagecast@yourmachine). It has a few advanced features such as the
  ability to rate a URL's keyword-to-title relevance and fix broken meta
  tags. Pagecast requires Python (with threading.)

   Download: http://askpreston.com/projects/pagecast/pagecast-1.1.0.tar.gz
   Homepage: http://askpreston.com/projects/pagecast/index.html
  Changelog: http://askpreston.com/projects/pagecast/ChangeLog.txt

          Stable Version: 1.1.0
                  Author: Preston Landers
                 License: GPL
                Category: Web/Tools
              Depends on: Python
             Appindex ID: 930875279

            * Pagecast 1.1.0 - by Preston Landers on July 28th 1999, 05:12
            * Pagecast 1.0.1 - by Preston Landers on July 05th 1999, 12:07
            * Pagecast 1.0 - by Preston Landers on July 02nd 1999, 17:14


  new mailing list for Pagecast
  Preston Landers - July 06th 1999, 23:06 EST
  Visit the Pagecast home page (listed above) for information about
  joining the new Pagecast mailing list.

  Possible incompatibility
  Preston Landers - July 15th 1999, 19:12 EST
  Some users are reporting problems with Pagecast and other Python
  software when they are running both the newest Python 1.5.2 *and* the
  Linux Kernel version 2.0.x.

  The solution pending further debugging is to either upgrade to Linux
  2.2.x or downgrade Python to 1.5.1.

  Freshmeat (c) 1999 scoop@freshmeat.net

<P><A HREF="http://askpreston.com/projects/pagecast/index.html">Pagecast
1.1.0</A> - submit lists of URLs to search engine spiders.  (28-Jul-99)

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