A new Internet-search website written in Python

hrgzsl at gmail.com hrgzsl at gmail.com
Thu Oct 1 10:29:30 CEST 2009


Dear Python-list subscribers,


The purpose of this email is to inform the Python-list mailing-list
subscribers of an Internet-search website that is run by software
written in Python.


The website has been in development for several months, and although
it is not in a very polished state as of now, its core functions, such
as categorizing search engines, are working, and hence it was decided
that its existence would be publicly announced.


The website allows its users to search the Internet using existing
search engines and search functions of existing websites, such as

- Google, Yahoo!, and Bing, for general-purpose web searches;
- search functions of Wikipedia and Dictionary.com, for searches
within specific referential works; and
- Google Images and the search function of YouTube, for multimedia-searches.

The examples mentioned above are a small portion of supported
engines/websites, and currently more than 100 are supported.


The website is currently accessible via the following address:

http://www.search-aggregator.com/


If you require help using the website, or encounter a problem with the
website, please send an e-mail to the following e-mail address:

hrgzsl at gmail.com

Help e-mails will be welcome, and problem reports will be appreciated.



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