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From Simon Willnauer <>
Subject Re: [VOTE] merge lucene/solr development (take 3)
Date Wed, 10 Mar 2010 10:02:16 GMT
On Tue, Mar 9, 2010 at 11:54 PM, Chris Hostetter
<> wrote:
> : from Solr into Lucene don't need to be in there. All of a sudden I'm agreeing
> : with Hoss about goals rather than actual steps ;) Because those points are not
> : important to this vote at all - they are more examples of what we will be able
>        ...
> : This is about merging dev so we can put code where it belongs and do things
> : that can make sense - its not a vote where specific code refactorings matter
> This is the point where i say...
>        HA!
> I've had relationships (with live people that i cared deeply about) that
> recieved less of my attention this all of this, and i just don't give a
> fuck anymore.
> I'm -1 to "the proposal" on the grounds that 150+ messages into the
> discusison, it still seems like no one has any fucking clue what it is
> we're voting on.

Thanks Chris for pointing this out! I'm somewhat lost and I can not
keep up with the amount of email regarding this "vote".
IMO if we vote on something a reply should be +1, -1 or +-0. If you
want to discuss, vote -1.


> If anyone has any patches, releases, or a potential committers they'd like
> me to vote on please let me know -- otherwise i'm wiping my hands of the
> whole thing.  I'm done with this thread, and i don't plan on reading any
> more messages posted to it.  (one of the bueatiful things about Lucene:
> the community (and the PMC) are large enough that the wheels will keep
> turning and smart people will make smart choices even if close my eyes and
> stick my fingers in my ears)
> if you'll excuse me: i desperately need to go review some patches, and
> answer some questions on the user lists so i can ultimately finish this
> day with some sense of accomplishment.
> -Hoss

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