På Fri, 24 Aug 2012 14:03:04 +0200, skrev Mirosław Zalewski
On 24/08/2012 at 13:31, Bjørn K Nilssen <email@example.com> wrote:
Yes, but I have always considered such bug sites as un-indexed by and
invisible to search engines, like PM/DM's on forums and Facebook etc.
Apparently I was wrong..
Bug-tracking systems of most (all?) free and open source software are
If in doubt, try opening any bug report in another browser or "Private
If it is readable for you, then it is readable for search engine crawler.
Yes, but the attachements are not really readable by me directly, and
neither do they need to be to the robots. Finding info about the bugs on
Google is fine, but as attachments are not really part of the page content
of those bug pages I don't think it should be made available for indexing
Of course pages may provide <meta name="Robots">, but it's only up to
authors if they comply these. One search engine will, another will not.
most popular, Google, currently does comply to these.
Exactly - and as most people use Google it would prevent most people from
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