|Can I have permission to publish this long list? |
I don't know, can you? :)
I'm thinking that when properly asked:
"MAY I have permission to publish this long list?"
MAYbe it's just the month, but the devil made me do it.
Oh gosh I'm bored.
Thank you [I've excluded my own sites]
Here's two more...
No doubt they will emerge in the fullness of time.
Oh! Lord, that looks just like my ever-expanding Hotlink Exemptions List. Do you suppose someone could persuade g###'s programmers to allow Regular Expressions? Then you could collapse half your list into something like
Better still, have it so you block/allow all google sites with one click.
|Do you suppose someone could persuade g###'s programmers to allow Regular Expressions? |
|Better still, have it so you block/allow all google sites with one click. |
Exactly, ALLOW Google sites, Bing Sites, Yahoo Sites, Yandex Sites, etc.
Make it very simple because your average webmaster thinks a regular expression is "Go Bleep Yourself!" (as seen on TV) or something similar.
> Exactly, ALLOW Google sites, Bing Sites, Yahoo Sites, Yandex Sites, etc.
That's what I've been holding out for too. Frankly, I don't understand why this hasn't been the case since day one. I'd always assumed if it was a Google property, then it would be authorized by default. Why we should have to be involved in the approval process for a Google domain never made any sense to me.
I'm now seeing one hit per day from this url which returns 404 if you try to visit it. I am wondering if it's part of the new cache checking feature for mobile.
I'm seeing those too. Dunno what it is. All my sites are NOARCHIVE too, so I don't have any cache pages in Google.
|All my sites are NOARCHIVE |
That's what is irking me too.
I readily accept that most of the list above likely translate my pages so fair enough.
What's that for? Translate Australian into British English?
What's that for? Translate my local dialect [a joke Alice] into Australian?
NOARCHIVE has nothing to do with a mobile web cache server, totally different technology for totally different reasons. NOARCHIVE tells the web crawler not to display cache pages in Google search. The mobile proxy has nothing to do with Google search and caching pages for the mobile proxy server is a whole different thing. Don't confuse apples and oranges.
is that what that is? It just showed up the other day for the first time.