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From Grant Ingersoll <>
Subject Re: Using Solr/Lucene to provide our own site search?
Date Sat, 13 May 2017 12:06:34 GMT
On Fri, May 12, 2017 at 7:24 AM Shane Curcuru <> wrote:

> Grant Ingersoll wrote on 5/11/17 10:41 AM:
> > On Wed, May 10, 2017 at 9:01 AM Shane Curcuru <>
> wrote:
> ...snip...
> > I'll be at AC on Thursday (work schedule got screwed up, so I have to
> scale
> > back my participation).  Happy to discuss some there.  I can demo what we
> > have if that helps.
> Yes, please.  If I don't find you, I'm probably hanging out at the infra
> table in whatever hackathon space there is.
> At this point, either you could host (but we'd need to know how to keep
> the service up, or degrade nicely!) of ComDev could ask infra for a VM,
> and we could host there.  Will need to explore later if we can get this
> as an official infra SLA service or not (someone needs to formally
> request that).

Cool, I'll track you down on Thursday after my talk.

> >> I'm happy for the simplest tool to get working/maintained.  The only
> >> issue for me would be on the www.a.o site itself to keep the branding
> >> image focused on Apache on the page you start searching from.
> >>
> >
> > Of course.  We can host the backend and serve up the JSON payload or ASF
> > can host.  Overall branding is up to the ASF, but just like Atlassian for
> > JIRA, et. al, we'd at least ask for a Powered By badge somewhere on the
> > page, likely in the footer.
> OK, that should be fine.  My concern is the optics of anything we host
> on the www.a.o homepage itself.  When you get to search results, having
> the powered by footer and text is just fine, and makes sense.

Yep.  We'll just be sending back a JSON payload w/ the results.  Then it's
up to us (w/ me having my ASF hat on) to format/display as we see fit.

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