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From Michael McCandless <luc...@mikemccandless.com>
Subject Re: [jira] Commented: (LUCENE-664) [PATCH] small fixes to the new scoring.html doc
Date Fri, 25 Aug 2006 18:04:56 GMT

>>   * Should this go into the Wiki or into the Web site?  Is there a 
>> general criteria / guideline that we've converged on for Wiki vs Web 
>> site?
> 
> This seems like a first level document to me.  I thought about putting 
> it up on the Wiki initially so it would be easier to get edits done and 
> then promote it, but in the end decided not to.  I think things on the 
> Wiki get buried and ignored to some extent.  People are always asking 
> about scoring and the query classes and how to override these things, so 
> I think that justifies it as top-level document in my mind.

OK I agree this is an important "first level" topic, and that's a good 
criteria for "when Wiki" vs "when web site".

>>   * Is there a reason why we are linking to the "ViewVC" page in the 
>> Big Picture section?  Can't we just link to the javadoc?
> 
> There are no javadocs for the ones in question, I don't think.  I 
> believe the ones in question are related to BooleanWeight* and 
> BooleanScorer*  The ViewVC page was a compromise of not providing any 
> links.

Aha!  You're right.  Sneaky.

>>   * Should we change the title / purpose to be an overview of the 
>> Query classes and also details of scoring?  I think the Query Classes 
>> section is a great intro to the different Query classes.
> 
> or even split them out into a separate document????

I like the idea of splitting them and then cross referencing between.

Mike

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