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Tagyu Service Has Been Shutdown, For Now

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Adam announced that Tagyu has been shutdown for now (as of 16 Aug 2006), citing the lack of room for growth as perhaps one of the causes. Hopefully Tagyu service will be back up someday. I guess people will just be using Yahoo! Term Extraction. Tagyu Widget has been downloaded 773 times since 16 Jun 2006, and Tagyu4J has been available since 31 Dec 2005.…

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Introducing Tagyu Widget

Update2: Unfortunately Tagyu service has been shutdown for now (as of 16 August 2006). Update: it is now available for download at Yahoo! Widget Gallery. I gave Yahoo! Widget a try by creating Tagyu Widget. Suggested category and tags for yahoo.com . Yahoo! Widget is simple and straightforward to use, and I think the most important bit is that it’s fun to use! (can’t say the same thing about Swing). Anyone with knowledge of HTML/XML and Javascript should be able to start creating widgets right away.…

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Tagyu4J v0.3 and BlogMap4J v0.2 - More On Maven

Tagyu4J v0.3 and BlogMap4J v0.2 have been released. Included in this release: The use of Maven2. Spent some time on figuring out the equivalent of Maven1 goals in Maven2, e.g. distribution plugin in Maven1 is now assembly plugin in Maven2. Project sites (BlogMap4J, Tagyu4J) are now generated by Maven. It reminds me of the old days of using Forrest 0.6 back in 2004. Lots of code refactoring, lots of ‘Why did I do it that way?’ moments.…

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Tagyu4J v0.2

Tagyu4J v0.2 is now available. This release is to maintain compatibility with Tagyu REST web services due to recent modifications on Tagyu’s interfaces. Some notable changes: there’s a new interface to get related tags, suggested tags response now provides category/classification, and the response on both interfaces returns more tag information (name, relation, url).…

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Tagyu4J: Tagyu Java API

Tagyu4J v0.1 has been released. Tagyu provides tag suggestions for a given text or URL, and Tagyu4J is a Java API used for interacting with Tagyu REST web services interface I initially misunderstood its authentication mechanism by assuming that it prompts authentication challenges. It turned out that Tagyu checks the authentication header on every request. Wikipedia has the details of HTTP Basic Authentication Scheme.…

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