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From Ugo Cei <>
Subject Re: [OT] Googlefight (was: RE: [ot] oscom berkeley)
Date Mon, 07 Oct 2002 08:22:45 GMT
Piroumian Konstantin wrote:

> Result could seem amazing, knowing how popular is Struts. But after a moment
> I've realized that so few searches can also indicate more visibility of the
> project (I mean that Struts does not need to be searched, cause it's well
> known). So returning to the Cocoon vs. Zope case, if Cocoon is searched less
> than Zope this can mean also that Cocoon is easier to find by other means
> (e.g. directly from Apache site).
> Konstantin

First of all, as I've already mentioned in another message, this does 
not measure search frequency, but just the number of hits.

Second, if you look at the first page of results, you can see that for 
"struts", 8 links out of 10 actually refer to JAKARTA Struts, whereas 
for "cocoon", only 2 links out of 10 actually refer to APACHE Cocoon.

So, what's that you're arguing about? About something that does not 
measure what you think it measures ;-).

By the way, "apache cocoon" beats "jakarta struts" 85,100 to 29,100.
On the other hand, Amazon has 6 books about Struts (1 available) and 3 
about Cocoon (1 available).


Ugo Cei -

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