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From Grant Ingersoll <>
Subject Re: [jira] Commented: (LUCENE-848) Add supported for Wikipedia English as a corpus in the benchmarker stuff
Date Tue, 05 Jun 2007 02:11:47 GMT
I thought I asked a follow up on infrastructre@a.o (which doesn't  
seem to be archived publicly and is different from infra-issues.  Of  
course, with all the email being sent around, I may just be imaging  
that I sent it)  I inquired there today as to where I can find  
archives of it, so if you have a pointer to it, let me know.

See below

On Jun 4, 2007, at 9:26 PM, Chris Hostetter wrote:

> : Does ANT get work with redirects?  I may eventually move this.  I am
> : trying to find the old message and responses from Infrastructure
> : saying where this should go.  The original suggestion was zones, but
> : that only has Tomcat on it and I don't want to consume those  
> resources.
> google finds no record of any posting to infrastructure-issues with
> mention of wikipedia.  you may be thinking of the thread you had on
> legal-discuss...
> 200704.mbox/
> the initial advice there was...
>>> As long as you do not distribute the Wikipedia database in a Lucene
>>> release and just have a copy hosted on your Lucene zone or something
>>> similar so that committers can get at it easily, I don't see a
> ...but there was a followup comment suggesting...
>>> Is there some reason you can't distribute it as an overlay package
>>> that can be optionally downloaded by developers who intend to do a
>>> larger test?
> ...i'm notsure what that means, but the person making that suggestion
> didn't seem to understand that using the corpus would be "above and
> beyond" the normal build process.

Yeah, I am not sure what is meant either.  At any rate, I think we  
are fine with the link above for now.  I know it could go on zones,  
but it is awfully big and I don't want it to be a hog on that  
machine.  Plus, I would either have to serve it using the Tomcat  
install on there, or install httpd.

Thanks for following up, Chris.


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