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From Peter Ansell <>
Subject Re: [DISCUSS] Any23 Project Direction
Date Thu, 24 Oct 2013 21:04:34 GMT
I don't have access to a development computer until next week but I thought that the Semargl
patch was in Git already. It may be in a branch in my GitHub repo.


On 24/10/2013, at 8:13 PM, Lewis John Mcgibbney <> wrote:

> Hi All,
> @Chris, thanks for the input
> On Mon, Oct 21, 2013 at 3:34 AM, <> wrote:
>> Thanks Lewis, I replied favorably over on the Tika list. We'll see
>> what others think.
> OK so the thread has been slow cooking over on dev@tika for a while now and
> for those who missed it, it can be seen here. [0]
> From those that replied over there it seems that there is a degree of
> support for merging Any23 in to Apache Tika.
> IMHO this would be much more favorable than taking it straight to the attic
> (even given the work it will take to do the branching and merging). I think
> that it's worth a go.
> What I think would be great though, would be for us to release what we have
> so far as 0.9.0. This would allow us to release the server artifacts as
> well with the improvements made to the code within the 0.8.0 release.
> @Peter, I wonder if there is any progress on the issue AMY23-137: RDFa
> parser implementation proposal? If we can, then getting this in to the
> codebase would be great. If not then we can release and bump this onwards.
> In summary:
> 1) Does anyone have objections to making a release? I am happy to go
> release manager.
> 2) Does anyone have objections to us progressing with the initiative to
> take what we can from Any23 in to Apache Tika?
> Thanks
> Lewis
> [0]

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