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From Otis Gospodnetic <>
Subject Re: no more?
Date Fri, 17 Sep 2004 16:05:34 GMT
I was thinking the same.  As a matter of fact, I'm talking to Pasha
(Lucene.Net) to see if he/they would be willing to give away the source
code.  Somebody else would have to look into licenses, see whether SF
has the right to give the project to somebody else, etc.

I'd like to help with this, but I am too busy to push this until


--- Doug Cutting <> wrote:

> Yussef Alkhamrichi wrote:
> > The main target for the .NET porters is now to get a SourceForge 
> > workspace to continue the .NET port of Lucene. Mohammed is
> contacting 
> > the developers of NLucene and see if we can work something out
> together 
> > to use their space and name for the real open source .NET brother
> (or 
> > sister:) of the Java Lucene version.
> Perhaps it is time to start bringing the various Lucene ports under
> the 
> Apache umbrella.  If we made Lucene a top-level Apache project rather
> than a Jakarta sub-project, at rather than 
>, then we could have sub-projects for each 
> implementation (Java, C++, C#, Perl, etc.).  The primary obstacle to 
> this is a lack of volunteers who are willing to do the legwork of 
> re-assembling the website, cvs, mailing lists, etc.  I am currently 
> overbooked and cannot take this on.
> This would prevent this sort of thing in the future: an Apache 
> sub-project cannot be unilaterally closed.
> Doug
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