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I recently entertained a question about why I decided to turn what was a search engine for my blog into an IndieWeb Search engine. My motive was not clear until someone shared an article with me written by jpreston.xyz. In this article, jpreston.xyz explains why they had embarked on a similar journey to build a search engine. Quoting from their article:

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A while ago I contributed a patch to <a href="/tags/Prismo" class="hashtag" title="Prismo tag">#Prismo</a> to add <a href="/tags/microformat" class="hashtag" title="microformat tag">microformat</a> support. I'm a super newbie with <a href="/tags/Ruby" class="hashtag" title="Ruby tag">#Ruby</a> , but it was actually pretty easy. I just filed an issue to add support for sending <a href="/tags/webmentions" class="hashtag" title="webmentions tag">#webmentions</a> . So I might take a crack at that and add more <a href="/tags/IndieWeb" class="hashtag" title="IndieWeb tag">#IndieWeb</a> support to Prismo!<br><br> <a href="https://gitlab.com/mbajur/prismo/issues/235">https://gitlab.com/mbajur/prismo/issues/235</a>

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Dunno if I’m too verbose, but I’m finding 500 characters often not enough for me, specially if I’m writing about an article I’ve read.

Then use more than 500 characters. 500 isn't a magic number. It's more important that you can say everything you want than to fit some arbitrary limit. Plus, that's the magic of the <a href="/tags/IndieWeb" class="hashtag" title="IndieWeb tag">#IndieWeb</a> ; it's your choice and no one else's

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