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Marc Laporte on 1 November 2011, 2 years ago
"We investigate technologies of websites, not of individual web pages. If we find a technology on any of the pages, it is considered to be used by the website." Source: http://w3techs.com/technologies
Ogre3D.org has a front page with WordPress, a Tiki wiki (http://www.ogre3d.org/tikiwiki/) and a phpBB forum (http://www.ogre3d.org/forums/). However, only WordPress is reported in http://w3techs.com/sites/info/ogre3d.org
It's not uncommon for WordPress, Joomla! and Typo3 site admins to count on a wiki engine. As proof, MediaWiki here:
I'd like to know your thoughts on this. I realize that this is not simple, and where do you draw the line for the crawler?
Sam Soltano (site administrator) on 1 November 2011, 2 years ago
We don't crawl all the pages of all the websites. Obviously, we would love to, but we have only limited resources. We use heuristics to decide when to crawl deeper, and we keep improving and expanding what we are able to do.
Your examples will help us to better know where to look. We are not perfect yet, but we are working to get better and better.
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