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From Kelvin Tan <>
Subject Re: fixed url and How to contribute code to lucene sandbox?
Date Mon, 09 Sep 2002 07:53:43 GMT

I agree Sandbox code should be APL. One of the primary reasons Sandbox was 
created was to avoid having to use the mailing list archives as a 
repository of sorts for contributions, which IMHO, kinda sucks.

The questions here are:

1) What about bits of APL one-class contributions? Do they go into Sandbox? 
If so, do their contributors become Sandbox committers? If not, who'd be 
responsible for maintaining them?
2) What about non-APL contributions? Is there an alternative to using the 
mail archives to provide access to them?


On Sun, 8 Sep 2002 23:07:27 -0700, Peter Carlson wrote:
>I think that all the code in the sandbox should be APL. If not, then
>would suggest people email their contribution and we create a link
>it in a mail archive.
>This way we don't have to maintain it, but it is available with out
>special web server from the contributor.
>On Sunday, September 8, 2002, at 08:10 PM, Kelvin Tan wrote:
>>For code to be added to Sandbox, it also has to be APL.
>>Otis, I suggest creating a space on Lucene's website for these ad-
>>contribs. I know Sandbox was meant for this, but its not reasonable
>>expect everyone to APL their code. I'm willing to maintain this
>>section if
>>necessary. Attachments can be emailed to me or to the list, and
>>them in. The alternative is we relax the requirement for Sandbox
>>to be
>>APL, or create a SF project for this stuff (ugh).
>>On Sun, 8 Sep 2002 19:57:17 -0700 (PDT), Otis Gospodnetic wrote:
>>>>How to contribute code to lucene sandbox?
>>>You can just mail lucene-dev and attach your code.
>>>Is this regarding your other contributions?
>>>I haven't had the chance to really look at them yet :(
>>>Stuff that goes into Sandbox is usually a software component or a
>>>project.  We haven't really put any code snippets (e.g. single
>>>in there.
>>>Maybe we should have a place to use as a repository for various
>>>snippets that people contribute, that would otherwise get lost in
>>>mailing list archived, I don't know.
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