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thunderbird, gloda, exptoolbar, protovis, paninaro, oh oh oh

Thunderbird.  With the global database, gloda.  Using the exptoolbar extension.  Using the protovis javascript visualization library.  For reals!  Not a prank!  Just grab the most recent XPI or grab the repo.  And be using a nightly (beta 2 might work?) What you are looking at: The exptoolbar search results page, augmented with a visualization. Each […]

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Thunderbird and gloda go to meme-town

Sure, a word cloud of your blog posts is cool… but what if you could take any search of your e-mail, and turn that into a word cloud?  And then, if you click on one of those words, your search constraints would be revised to use the word you clicked on (and you’d get a […]

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I’ll be wanting that latte machine now…

in context credits where credits due: thread arcs a la the nice people at the IBM CUE group the search view prototype is implemented by David Ascher.  the positioning of the visualization is on me as a quick hack, though. the search view prototype is designed by Bryan Clark, and he has even better stuff […]

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Thunderbird full-text search prototype a la SQLite FTS3

Full-text search using FTS3. Full-text search with a contact constraint. The global database sqlite file resulting from indexing all of mozilla.dev.apps.thunderbird is about 13M for something like 4500 messages.  We’re providing FTS3 with the bodies (but not attachments!) of all the newsgroup messages and the subjects of the messages which initiate new threads.  For real […]

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Thunderbird contact auto-completion… with bubbles!

Type type type type.  Autocomplete contact… Completed contact becomes a bubble!  Bubble becomes a constraint, showing us only the messages involving the given contact.  (The idea is that you could then click on/select/whatever the bubble and change the constraint to be only to/from/cc/whatever if you are so inclined.) Type type type, autocomplete, new constraint!  Now […]

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