[B-Greek] Searching archives: solution

Curtis Hinson curtis at curtishinson.com
Tue Jul 5 11:23:24 EDT 2005

That's why UNICODE is the future of pleasant Greeking. :-) Vive la Unicode.
Transliteration is but a glimpse of the text, dimly...

In other news, I wrote a little script to monitor the number of B-Greekers who
downloaded the Internet Explorer archive solution and the Firefox solution, and
I was interested to note that Firefox downloaders outnumbered IE downloaders by
nearly a two-to-one ratio! It's good to see open-source rocking the world once
again, or at least B-Greek.

Bless the Name
Curtis Hinson

P.S. I regret the blank postings from me earlier.  I had a problem with my mail client.

Steven Lo Vullo wrote:

>On Jun 26, 2005, at 9:07 AM, George F Somsel wrote:
>>On June 26, 2005 Carl Conrad wrote:
>>As George Somsel has noted, searching for Biblical passages by using
>>reference links is problematic precisely because of the broad range
>>of formats in which we refer to passages (e.g. Romans 4:1, Rom 4:1,
>>Romans 4.1, Rom 4.1, Ro 4:1, Ro 4.1, even Romans 4,1). I've found it
>>easier when looking for a particular text to use the BG
>>transliteration of key words in the passages, e.g. PISTEI or LOGOS or
>>The problem is that this doesn't work when contributors fail to enter 
>>text of the passage they wish to discuss.
>>hint    Hint   HINT   * H * I * N * T *
>It also may not work if someone doesn't use the standard 
>transliteration scheme, e.g., uses X for C.
>hint  Hint  HINT  *H*I*N*T* :-)
>Steven Lo Vullo
>Madison, WI
>MAR student
>Trinity Evangelical Divinity School
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