[CentOS-docs] New HOWTO: Setting up multiple IP addresses on the same network interface

Fri Jul 3 23:24:51 UTC 2009
Lucian@lastdot.org <lucian at lastdot.org>

On Fri, Jul 3, 2009 at 11:56 PM, Dag Wieers<dag at wieers.com> wrote:
> On Fri, 3 Jul 2009, JohnS wrote:
>> On Thu, 2009-07-02 at 21:59 +0200, Dag Wieers wrote:
>> <snips>
>>> We started more than one thread regarding this back in January:
>>>      [CentOS-docs] Improving the PageRank of individual wiki pages
>>>      http://lists.centos.org/pipermail/centos-docs/2009-January/002137.html
>>>      [CentOS-docs] Improving the website and forums
>>>      http://lists.centos.org/pipermail/centos-docs/2009-January/002138.html
>>> A lot of stuff has been suggested to improve individual results in Google.
>>> Yet, little materialized after that discussion. Before having the
>>> discussion again, maybe someone can summarize some of the stuff ?
>>> PS There were also some other threads that I started with suggestions for
>>> improving to contributing to the wiki. I guess posting the new-year's
>>> weekend is not a good idea to get things going :)
>> ---
>> Prepend per Above link:
>> Most of what was said was pointed out by me. Honestly there is no sense
>> in discussing it until there is a final take on what is going to be used
>> as a final Web App.
>> What matters the most is the Web App being chosen or used. SEO starts at
>> the base code level for that specific App.
>> Lets think a sec. Can Moin do a 300 redirect? IE;301>/webapp/info ? That
>> starts at the raw code level.
> John,
> I agree for the website. But for the wiki, we need some fixes too and
> we're not going to replace the wiki by a 'Web App'.
> So whatever we can do to improve the pages (as stated in those threads) we
> should do as soon as possible.
> I noticed a lot of other centos website are being created by people to
> fill in the void there is because our wiki simply sucks from a Google
> point of view:
>        http://www.centoslinuxhcl.org/
>        http://www.centoshowto.org/
>        http://www.centoshelp.org/
>        http://www.centosguides.com/
> Try anything:
>        centos wireless
>        centos hardware
>        centos laptop
>        centos x200s
> The last ones are really to cry for because lots of these results do have
> a link to our wiki, but the wiki is simply missing from the first 100
> results...
> Even searching for:
>        x200s site:wiki.centos.org
> results not in the page I was hoping for. As if the wiki (or at least
> big parts of it) is simply ignored by Google.
> We have a robots.txt that has nothing really in it. From what I can find,
> an empty robots.txt should have the same effect as no robots.txt, but ours
> is not exactly empty in the true meaning of the word. So maybe we should
> empty it, or simply remove it altogether ?
> PS The wiki does seem to be indexed, so I doubt it is the robots.txt
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Is there a sitemap for the wiki website? Maybe that would help. Also,
as I sugested earlier, was the site(s) added through google webmaster