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From Piroumian Konstantin <KPiroum...@protek.com>
Subject RE: [OT] Googlefight (was: RE: [ot] oscom berkeley)
Date Mon, 07 Oct 2002 10:39:32 GMT
> From: Ugo Cei [mailto:u.cei@cbim.it] 
> 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.

Ok.

> 
> 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 ;-).

I just wanted to express the same thing as you did: these numbers doesn't
show actual interest. But maybe I wasn't so clear.

> 
> 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).

I will tell you why. Struts is much simpler than Cocoon and it doesn't need
more than 1 book to understand everything (joking, of course). ;)
Really, where there is so few books about Struts?

Konstantin

> 
> 	Ugo
> 
> -- 
> Ugo Cei - http://www.beblogging.com/blog/
> 
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