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AustinChief
10-24-2006, 04:56 PM
OK.. this is just a rough test page... but check this out and see if this would be useful http://chiefsplanet.com/search.php

It allows for heavy customization and "weighting" of certain sites (i.e. ChiefsPlanet, NFL.com, KCChiefs.com, etc etc) so that football (or whatever) searches are brought up ahead of the "junk" you normally just filter mentally. There are alot more features as well...

So, would anyone use it, want it, etc?

Ebolapox
10-24-2006, 04:59 PM
that would rock

AustinChief
10-24-2006, 05:03 PM
Also... I can add collaborators to help flesh out the system... could be pretty damn cool in the end.

carlos3652
10-24-2006, 05:14 PM
You should sticky this and add a poll... I like it!

Also, Austin... I was in Barcelona during the Festivities you were talking about, I was without internet so I couldnt ask you for the info I needed...

Thanks anyways... I had a Blast... There were people climbing each other forming freaking awsomw people towers.... they were awesome...

Anyways sorry for the Hijacking...

AustinChief
10-24-2006, 05:23 PM
You should sticky this and add a poll... I like it!

Also, Austin... I was in Barcelona during the Festivities you were talking about, I was without internet so I couldnt ask you for the info I needed...

Thanks anyways... I had a Blast... There were people climbing each other forming freaking awsomw people towers.... they were awesome...

Anyways sorry for the Hijacking...

Were they doing this?

http://www.suboletin.com/contentsfmjb2004/images/fotos_juliol/castellers.jpg

Barca is a blast... glad you enjoyed it.

AustinChief
10-24-2006, 06:08 PM
No feedback? Useful tool? Anything?

Bill Parcells
10-24-2006, 06:12 PM
No feedback? Useful tool? Anything?
Useful tool

BucEyedPea
10-24-2006, 06:16 PM
It's not coming in for me...perhaps for other's?
Thought you'd wanna know.

AustinChief
10-24-2006, 06:28 PM
It's not coming in for me...perhaps for other's?
Thought you'd wanna know.

Really? What does it do?

Guru
10-24-2006, 06:49 PM
Guess I am not seeing what it really does. Seems like just another google search engine. What is different about this over just going to google.com?

AustinChief
10-24-2006, 06:54 PM
Guess I am not seeing what it really does. Seems like just another google search engine. What is different about this over just going to google.com?
Here are some of what Google says about it...

Sites

Included sites are the sites that your search engine gives preference to or is restricted to, depending on which of these options you have selected. Excluded sites are sites that you do not want included in the search results. For both included and excluded sites, you can specify single web pages, entire web sites, and patterns that match certain pages or directories on a site. For details, see the documentation on Including and excluding sites in your search engine (http://google.com/coop/docs/cse/sites.html).


Refinements

The refinements tab lets you annotate the websites in your search engine with labels that help users narrow down their search. The labels appear as links at the top of your search results pages. When a user clicks a label, sites that are annotated with this label are either given priority or shown exclusively in the results (you choose). Additional search words that you provide can also be added to the user's query, providing more targeted results. For details on how to create refinement labels, see the documentation on Using labels to create search refinements (http://google.com/coop/docs/cse/refinements.html).

AustinChief
10-24-2006, 06:56 PM
Guess I am not seeing what it really does. Seems like just another google search engine. What is different about this over just going to google.com?

If enough of us colloborate, we can setup a whole Chiefsplanet centric search engine with annotation, exclusion of crap sites, etc etc

DaFace
10-24-2006, 07:20 PM
It seems like a cool idea. I can't honestly say I'd get much use out of it, though. :shrug:

Simplex3
10-24-2006, 09:03 PM
Useful tool
How many times do we have to tell you. You're a USELESS TOOL.

The search is nice, however,

Bill Parcells
10-24-2006, 09:10 PM
How many times do we have to tell you. You're a USELESS TOOL.

The search is nice, however,
STFU :cuss: :cuss:

DenverChief
10-24-2006, 09:50 PM
I think it is a great idea

carlos3652
10-24-2006, 10:24 PM
Were they doing this?

http://www.suboletin.com/contentsfmjb2004/images/fotos_juliol/castellers.jpg

Barca is a blast... glad you enjoyed it.

Yes, at one point though it was scary... little girls were falling down and people were geting hurt (they were super high)... there was like 3 teams trying to see who can get the highest... it was crazy... the fountains were awesome... it was incredible... thanks for the tip! :clap:

Raiderhader
10-25-2006, 10:00 AM
Really? What does it do?



Blank page.

Inspector
10-25-2006, 10:17 AM
I never figured out how to use computers.

I've never even touched one.

Inspector
10-25-2006, 10:18 AM
Oh, also...yeah the search tool is pretty cool.

StcChief
10-25-2006, 10:51 AM
Customizable search is very useful for POWER users.

Very nice.

Mr. Laz
10-25-2006, 12:21 PM
i have my own language :)


Laz language
From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Jump to: navigation, search Laz Lazuri, ლაზური

Spoken in: Turkey, Georgia
Total speakers: 80,000-530,000
Language family: South Caucasian (Kartvelian)

Laz
Writing system: Turkish alphabet, Georgian alphabet
Language codes
ISO 639-1: none
ISO 639-2: to be added
ISO/FDIS 639-3: lzz

Note: This page may contain IPA phonetic symbols in Unicode. See IPA chart for English for an English-​based pronunciation key.
The Laz language (lazuri, ლაზური or lazuri nena, ლაზური ნენა in Laz; ლაზური, lazuri, or ჭანური, chanuri, in Georgian) is spoken by the Laz people on the Southeast shore of the Black Sea. It is estimated that there are between 50,000 and 500,000 native speakers of Laz in Turkey, in a strip of land extending from Melyat to the Georgian border (officially called Lazistan until 1925), and about 30,000 in Georgia.

Contents [hide]
1 Linguistic classification
1.1 Dialects
2 Geographical distribution
3 Social and cultural status
4 Language features
4.1 Familial features
4.2 Distinguishing features
5 See also
6 External links

[edit] Linguistic classification
Laz is one of the four South Caucasian languages, closely related to Megrelian and somewhat less closely to Georgian. The Laz and Megrelian communities were separated by politics and religion around 500 years ago, however, the languages are still mutually intelligible. The Laz-Megrelian branch apparently split from Georgian in the 1st millennium BC. Some linguists refer to Mingrelian and Laz as regional variants of a single Zan language.


[edit] Dialects
Laz has five major dialects:

Hopan, spoken in Hopa and Ajaria;
Vitse-Arkabian, spoken in Arhavi and Fındıklı;
Chkhalan, spoken in Düzköy (Çxala), Borçka;
Atinan, spoken in Pazar (former Atina);
Ardeshenian, spoken in Ardeşen.
The last two are often treated as a single Atinan dialect. Speakers of different Laz dialects have trouble understanding each other, and often prefer to communicate in the local official language.


[edit] Geographical distribution
The ancient kingdom of Colchis was located in the same region the Laz speakers are found in today, and its inhabitants probably spoke an ancestral version of the language. Colchis was the setting for the famous Greek legend of Jason and the Argonauts.

Today most Laz speakers live in Northeast Turkey, in a strip of land along the shore of the Black Sea: in the Pazar (Atina), Ardeşen (Artaşen) and Fındıklı (Viče) districts of Rize, and in the Arhavi (Arkabi), Hopa (Xopa) and Borçka districts of Artvin. There are also communities in northwestern Anatolia (Karamürsel, in Akçakoca, Sakarya, Kocaeli, Bartın), where many immigrants settled since the Russo-Turkish War (1877-1878) and now also in Istanbul and Ankara. Only a few Laz live in Georgia, chiefly in Ajaria (est. 30,000 speakers, about 2000 of them in Sarpi).


[edit] Social and cultural status
Laz has no official status in either Turkey or Georgia, and no written standard. It is presently used only for familiar and casual interaction; for literary, business, and other purposes, Laz speakers use their country's official language (Turkish or Georgian).

Laz is written in Georgian alphabet in Georgia. The preferred standard in Turkey is the Latin-based Lazoğlu script styled by Fahri Kahraman in 1984 . Laz speakers seem to be decreasing in number because of rapid assimilation into the mainstream Turkish society, and the language is in danger of extinction.

In recent times, the Laz folk musician Birol Topaloğlu has achieved a certain degree of international success with his albums Heyamo (1997, the first album ever sung entirely in the Laz language) and Aravani (2000).

In 2004, Dr. Mehmet Bekâroğlu, the deputy chairman of Felicity Party sent a notice to the state broadcasting corporation TRT declaring that his mother tongue is Laz and demanding broadcasts in Laz. The same year, a group of Laz intellectuals issued a petition and held a meeting with TRT officials for the implementation of Laz broadcasts. However, as of 2006, these requests have been ignored by authorities.


[edit] Language features

[edit] Familial features
Like many languages of the Caucasus, Laz has a rich consonantal system (in fact, the richest among the South Caucasian family) but only five vowels (a,e,i,o,u). The nouns are inflected with agglutinative suffixes to indicate grammatical function (4 to 7 cases, depending on the dialect) and number (singular or plural), but not by gender.

The Laz verb is inflected with suffixes according to person and number, and also for tense, aspect, mood, and (in some dialects) evidentiality. Up to 50 verbal prefixes are used to indicate spatial orientation/direction. Person and number suffixes provided for the subject as well as for one or two objects involved in the action, e.g. gimpulam = "I hide it from you".


[edit] Distinguishing features
Some distinctive features of Laz among its family are:

Two additional consonants, /f/ and /h/;
All nouns end with a vowel.
More extensive verb inflection, using directional prefixes.
Substantial lexical borrowings from Greek and Turkic languages.

KC-TBB
10-25-2006, 03:33 PM
Man, I'm totally confused...WTF??

Hydrae
10-25-2006, 07:13 PM
With some refinement, this could be very cool.

Tribal Warfare
10-26-2006, 12:57 AM
Svweeet, yes it would kick a whole alotta ass!!!!!!!

morphius
10-26-2006, 06:48 AM
Man, I'm totally confused...WTF??
Search that heavily weights chiefs sites of our choice. So if you want to do a chiefs related search, it would be perfect to use.

keg in kc
10-26-2006, 01:59 PM
Hey, it works.

It led me to a great page on farts.

http://www.heptune.com/farts.html

Some classical fart music: http://www.heptune.com/methane.wav

greg63
10-28-2006, 01:25 AM
OK.. this is just a rough test page... but check this out and see if this would be useful http://chiefsplanet.com/search.php

It allows for heavy customization and "weighting" of certain sites (i.e. ChiefsPlanet, NFL.com, KCChiefs.com, etc etc) so that football (or whatever) searches are brought up ahead of the "junk" you normally just filter mentally. There are alot more features as well...

So, would anyone use it, want it, etc?

Ok the only thing to appear when hitting the link was a google search engine.

Rausch
11-01-2006, 02:59 AM
Ok the only thing to appear when hitting the link was a google search engine.

Ditto.

The only SE I care about is one that lets us go back to the early days and bring up (correctly) old posts/posters.

Guru
11-01-2006, 03:02 AM
Ditto.

The only SE I care about is one that lets us go back to the early days and bring up (correctly) old posts/posters.

With the 4 character minimum search requirement, it makes it hard to find anything old on this board. Maybe if we could narrow the search to a specific date range would be nice.

The actually board search sorely needs an update though.

greg63
11-02-2006, 01:00 AM
Ditto.

The only SE I care about is one that lets us go back to the early days and bring up (correctly) old posts/posters.

Gotcha. :thumb: