... or any other search motor. I just happen to prefer Google.
PerlMonks uses only one url path because it relies on CGI requests. On the other hand, indexation motors don't follow
links with requests because it often leads to an unlimited number of virtual pages.
I suppose it should be pretty easy to make perlmonks accessible
using another DNS address (say id.perlmonks.org) with the
path directly built rom the id of the node accessed.
The links within such a page would follow the same syntax
I suppose that most indexation motors would corrrectly index
such a site.
I don't think that an Internet abbey must stay a secluded place!!!
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