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10:39 pm on Jan 27, 2014 (gmt 0)

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UA: Nekstbot - [ipipan.waw.pl...]
Host: Research and Academic Computer Network (NASK) Warsaw, Poland
148.81.192.0 - 148.81.195.255
robots.txt ?
1:06 am on Jan 28, 2014 (gmt 0)

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Sorry, looks like the forum software changed the address in the UA to an active link. I'll try to defuse it... here it is again:

UA: Nekstbot - http://www.ipipan.waw.pl/nekst/nekstbot/
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... which in turn redirects to /index.php/o-nekst/151-nekstbot Ahem. Really.

Internet is a robot used in the project Nekst. Its mission is to index the pages of the Polish Internet in order to obtain the information needed to build the Semantic Search Engines Web Polish (project Nekst) developed in the Institute of Computer Science of the Polish Academy of Sciences (IPIPAN).

We are aware that our activities may temporarily increase Bota Internet traffic within a given IP address. However, please take into account that the owners of such domains at the expense of a temporary increased load can gain tangible benefits through their web presence in search engine results, which will soon see the light of day and with great prawdopodobieńswem be noticed in the Polish Internet.

... And you were doing so well, Google Translate :( (#324 is an n with acute, pronunciation unknown.)
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gain tangible benefits through their web presence in search engine results, which will soon see the light of day


Well I've heard that before...

Nekstbot visited my site for the first time today.
So did X3Watch Crawler, which I'd not heard of (from AWS apparently).
Both got turned away at the door by the auto bot blocker.
11:09 pm on Jan 28, 2014 (gmt 0)

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index the pages of the Polish Internet in order to obtain the information needed to build the Semantic Search Engines Web Polish

I get a chuckle from all these SE wannabes... same load of farmer's friend... in this case one wonders how ENGLISH langauge sites benefit Polish Language?
12:27 am on Jan 29, 2014 (gmt 0)

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If they don't crawl, how are they to know what language a site is in, let alone an individual page on the site? dot com doesn't automatically mean <lang = "en">.

afaik there isn't currently any major Polish search engine, although the country has a surprisingly big internet presence.
 

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