- View SourceGood grief, this is great!
I read the list every day, and somehow missed this response. I didn't
find it until I was poking around the blog.
These groupings are great; now give me some more good news.
Can I search only my tags? I see that the site changes
/search?all=tag:x to /search/?user=tag:x, but can I specify the
specific user, say, my girlfriend or someone else in my network?
Which brings me to my next question. Are these features available in
any of the various feeds? http://del.icio.us/feeds/js/tags/jfsiii for
Thanks for the help, it's very useful.
--- In email@example.com, Rocco Caputo <roccoc@...> wrote:
> On Jun 17, 2006, at 16:42, schulzjf wrote:
> > Boolean doesn't seem too hard. How about
> > + AND (status quo)
> > - NOT
> > | OR
> You can already do this with some little-known search features:
> > I'd love to see grouping ex: "(blog|blogs|blogging)-search" but that
> > example brings us back to regexs.
> Search terms are stemmed, so tag:blog should get you the others:
> You can match exact tags by adding the dot suffix, as in: http://
> Stemming doesn't provide much of a benefit for really popular links.
> Given enough bookmarks, a link will have most forms of a tag anyway.
> > "(music|mp3|audio)-articles" is more clearly focused on the Boolean
> > issue.
> You can explicitly list all the alternatives you want to match:
> I recommend taking advantage of stemming whenever possible, though.
> It's faster than listing each form of a word separately.
> Rocco Caputo - roccoc@...