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From "George Aroush" <>
Subject RE: Can't commit
Date Tue, 11 Apr 2006 20:34:06 GMT
Hi Erik,

No need to apologies and no this didn't sound harsh, so don't worry about
it.  See my reply to your email below, which I did so before reading this


-- George

-----Original Message-----
From: Erik Hatcher [] 
Sent: Tuesday, April 11, 2006 4:22 PM
Subject: Re: Can't commit

My apologies if this sounded overly harsh....  George and I did correspond
back and forth privately while I got some things configured and the site
published, and he probably did reply to my mail instructions on the process.


On Apr 11, 2006, at 4:01 PM, Erik Hatcher wrote:

> I thought I set all the basics up for this weeks ago, George.  I  
> haven't had a chance to look at the specifics, but the .xml files  
> you need to edit should be there.  Use the build process to  
> generate .html.  Do not edit .html directly, only the .xml files.   
> And use svn on the apache servers to check out your changes to  
> "push" them live.
> I sent you all of these instructions in greater detail than the  
> above weeks ago but you did not reply to me.  While I do want to  
> nurture Lucene.NET as much as I possibly can given my schedule and  
> interests, and I realize I have been a bit lame as a mentor in  
> picking up the slack, I'm also frustrated by the spurts that this  
> incubation has been.  Lucene.NET has been much much slower moving  
> than any other Lucene project... and the difference has been the  
> initial dedication to jumping the hurdles in rapid succession and  
> pushing through.
> For a prime example of a project I'm digging these days, check out  
> Solr including their wiki.  Wow.
> Please see if you have the past several private e-mails I've sent  
> you stashed away... if not I'll forward you my sent items copy again.
> 	Erik
> On Apr 11, 2006, at 3:48 PM, Doug Cutting wrote:
>> George Aroush wrote:
>>> So unlike the other files that I just fixed up, this one doesn't  
>>> have an
>>> XML/template?
>> Right, the content under  
>> is entirely up to your project.  Other Lucene sub-projects use  
>> either Forrest or Anakia to generate their sites.  The site html  
>> is generated from xml under ant, then committed to svn.
>> Doug
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