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What is PloneKeywordExplorer ?
PloneKeywordExplorer is an alternative to the usual Plone search. Searches are restricted to combinations of keywords.
The search is iterative. Keywords can be added and removed from the search at any time, allowing the user to conveniently explore the document space. The result set can be narrowed down to a few documents in a few steps.
PloneKeywordExplorer depends on well-chosen keywords, and supports finding documents that don't have keywords associated. When you click on the [no keywords], you get a list of all documents that do not have keywords. You can browse through this list and start annotating your documents.
PloneKeywordExplorer has been designed by the Ingeniweb team.
It is released under an Open-Source license (GPL licence).
How does it work ?
A search form is provided that offers a choice of keywords. These keywords are chosen from the published documents of your site. You can select and remove keywords by clicking on them.
Is it compatible with...
PloneKeywordExplorer is shipped as a tarball for Plone.
See The Ingeniweb Projects for more information.
Releases are now hosted on SourceForge. The latest release can always be found here.
You can checkout the CVS anonymously with the following commands:
cvs -d:pserver:email@example.com:/cvsroot/ingeniweb login cvs -z3 -d:pserver:firstname.lastname@example.org:/cvsroot/ingeniweb co PloneKeywordExplorer
You can browse CVS at Sourceforge.
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