| If you're interested, please send me e-mail. Our spider is quite simple at
| the moment.
| The spider will hit your server fairly hard. We have a real-time indexing
| engine and a T-1...
Groan -- Of course I agree with Roy Fielding, although I appreciate Nick
asks for a bilateral agreement beforehand.
And Dan Connolly wrote:
> When we at HaL built our CD ROM of abstracts of 10,000 web documents
> (with links to the documents themselves, with our OLIAS browser on the
> CD-ROM.. ask firstname.lastname@example.org for details), we implemented a "spider" that
> visited the various sites in an order such that no site was visited
> more than once per minute.
As always I'd like to know any details about any new spiders that go
around. What machine do they come from, what User-agent etc... at
least the net.folk will know what's going on then.
> Vince consulted the published guidelines, I believe. You will not
> please the net.folk if you blatantly disregard them.
>  "Guidelines for Robot Writers"
> Martijn Koster
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