[NAFEX] archives

Tom Olenio tolenio at sentex.net
Wed Mar 10 09:44:09 EST 2004


All the archives that NAFEX has on the Ibiblio server appear to have been indexed by the Google search engine.  www.google.com

Put your search terms into Google and add "ibiblio" or "nafex" and you should get some results from the Nafex archives on the Ibiblio server.


"Erdman, Jim" wrote:

> I decided to check out the archives after this discussion started, to see if they have become more useful.  I searched for, among other things, "apple wood", and got no results, even though I had introduced this subject not long ago, and it is in the February archives under the subject "apple wood".
> Thhen I did a search for "apple", and got the "no matches found" message again.
> If you can't find things when searching the archives, it is quicker to ask the question again than to go through the entire archives looking for your subject.
> I think the search function is useless.
> Jim Erdman, in Menomonie, WI
>         -----Original Message-----
>         From: nafex-bounces at lists.ibiblio.org on behalf of Lon J. Rombough
>         Sent: Tue 3/9/2004 4:26 PM
>         To: North American Fruit Explorers
>         Cc:
>         Subject: Re: [NAFEX] archives
>         Nothing wrong with discussion, but there are topics that have been done so much most of the members who could provide answers are tired of chiming in on the same old thing.  In which case the archives may be the only source of an answer.  At very least, looking at what has been said can help a new member pick up where the old info left off instead of reinventing the wheel every time.
>         -Lon Rombough
>         Reading the archives is good but new discussion and information is not sediment.  Even if a topic has been disucssed many times, bringing it up again opens it up to new members or new points of view.  You can never get enough knowledge and everyone has something to contribute.
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Thomas Olenio
Ontario, Canada
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