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From Lance Norskog <>
Subject Re: Misc topic about FreeMind and the SOLR query syntax....
Date Thu, 24 Jun 2010 00:58:41 GMT

Thank you for this fine effort! I've used mindmaps and they do help .

On Wed, Jun 23, 2010 at 5:41 PM, Erick Erickson <> wrote:
> A somewhat OT post,  but I'm sure this'll reach folks who can render an
> opinion whether this is worthwhile...
> It's been baffling looking at the SOLR user's list and seeing various forms
> of querying SOLR. I've sometimes wondered "where in heck did that come
> from", and I've been trying to figure out a way to collect all the
> possibilities into a coherent, easily-navigable format.
> So I've been looking at FreeMind
> ( trying to create
> a handy reference for "all things SOLR query related" for myself. This
> interests me keenly, it's a very interesting way to look at data.
> I have a very preliminary "mindmap" that I'd be happy to provide anyone
> interested (we'll see if the attachment comes through), and wondered if
> others thought it provided value. Currently, anything with a red arrow links
> to the relevant Wiki page. See timeAllowed for a note which is a free-form
> text field.
> I've barely begun exploring the capabilities of FreeMind, so you are warned
> <G>. I'm wondering what opinions y'all have on this way of organizing data.
> Even in this preliminary format, I'm finding it useful. It could be included
> on the Wiki somewhere.
> Of course all this information is available on the Wiki, I'm linking to it
> after all. But you have to be aware that you can look in the first place. It
> seems to me that the weakness of Wiki's is that they're searchable, but that
> doesn't necessarily mean they're organized...
> Let me know
> Erick
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