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From Simon Willnauer <simon.willna...@googlemail.com>
Subject Re: Combined Lucene/Solr Issues
Date Thu, 19 Aug 2010 22:25:57 GMT
> Worst case scenerio: if it starts out as a SOLR issue and then the scope
> gets bigger, creating a new LUCENE issue to track it (and linking the two)
> seems trivial to me.

Thanks hoss for expressing what i tried to do :) That all makes perfect sense!

simon

On 8/19/10, Grant Ingersoll <gsingers@apache.org> wrote:
>
> On Aug 19, 2010, at 2:14 PM, Chris Hostetter wrote:
>
>> : Form me it does not matter, but when I open new issues, I do it against
>> : the project where the “bug” is visible. If there is also code committed
>> : to Solr, but the main task is Lucene this is fine.
>>
>> Right ... i think it's handy to still have the "SOLR" bug queue for people
>>
>> to file bugs against Solr, if they wind up requiring fixes further down
>> the tree then so be it.
>
> +1
>
>>
>> : Personally, i don't waste any time thinking about whether the issue is
>> : SOLR or LUCENE, and I think two JIRAs is actually confusing.
>>
>> If you know from the outset when you create an issue (ie: tracking an
>> improvement, or a new feature) that it requires updating "the whole tree"
>> then it should definitely be a LUCENE issue.  even if you aren't sure it
>> makes sense to start using LUCENE, but having SOLR arround for Solr users
>> to file bugs is handy.
>
> This is what I did for LUCENE-2608.
>
>>
>> Worst case scenerio: if it starts out as a SOLR issue and then the scope
>> gets bigger, creating a new LUCENE issue to track it (and linking the two)
>>
>> seems trivial to me.
>>
>> As far as refrencing LUCENE-* issues directly in Solr's CHANGES.txt --
>> sure, why not?
>
> Again, I did.
>
> -Grant
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