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From Apache Wiki <wikidi...@apache.org>
Subject [Incubator Wiki] Update of "LuceneConnectorFrameworkProposal" by GrantIngersoll
Date Thu, 31 Dec 2009 16:33:30 GMT
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The "LuceneConnectorFrameworkProposal" page has been changed by GrantIngersoll.
http://wiki.apache.org/incubator/LuceneConnectorFrameworkProposal?action=diff&rev1=7&rev2=8

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  The Connector Framework is an important piece of any search engine, including MetaCarta's,
as it provides the primary mechanism for getting content out of a repository and into the
search engine's index.  Thus, we don't expect it will be orphaned anytime soon.  Once the
project is established and the code is available, we expect to attract not only other search
companies, but others with similar needs.
  
  == Inexperience with Open Source ==
+ 
- Grant Ingersoll provides the majority of the experience with Open Source at the ASF, but
all of the initial committers are familiar with Open Source and have contributed to other
open source projects.
+ Grant Ingersoll, Ryan McKinley and Simon Willnauer provide the majority of the experience
with Open Source at the ASF, but all of the initial committers are familiar with Open Source
and have contributed to other open source projects.
  
  == Homogeneous Developers ==
  
@@ -120, +121 @@

  
  == Relationships with Other Apache Products ==
  
- We expect almost all of the Apache Lucene ecosystem will benefit from having a standard
way of connecting to content repositories.  Additionally, users of UIMA should also benefit.
 We also see an especially tight connection with Tika, as much of the content in these repositories
are "rich" document types which will then need their content extracted.
+ We expect almost all of the Apache Lucene ecosystem will benefit from having a standard
way of connecting to content repositories.  Additionally, users of UIMA should also benefit.
 We also see an especially tight connection with Tika, as much of the content in these types
of repositories are "rich" document types which will then need their content extracted.
  
  == A Excessive Fascination with the Apache Brand ==
  
@@ -144, +145 @@

  
  Other external dependencies, such as jCIFS for the Share Connector, are licensed with LGPL,
and thus may need to be treated in a manner similar to the closed API's even though they are
open source.  These include the postgresql JDBC driver, and JTDS.
  
- TODO: Upload an tarball and a Software Grant
+ TODO: Upload a tarball and a Software Grant
  
  = External Dependencies =
  
@@ -178, +179 @@

   * Josiah Strandberg (jstrandberg at metacarta)
   * Ken Baker (bakerkj at metacarta)
   * Marc Meadows (mam at metacarta)
-  * Grant Ingersoll (gsingers@a.o Lucid Imagination)
+  * Grant Ingersoll (gsingers@a.o Lucid Imagination, ASF Member)
   * Brian Pinkerton (brian.pinkerton at Lucid Imagination)
-  * Simon Willnauer (simonw at apache org)
-  * Ryan McKinley (ryan at apache org)
+  * Simon Willnauer (simonw at apache org, Committer on Lucene Java and Lucene Open Relevance
Project)
+  * Ryan McKinley (ryan at apache org, Committer on Lucene and Solr)
  
  = Sponsors =
  == Champion ==

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