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From Apache Wiki <wikidi...@apache.org>
Subject [Lucene-java Wiki] Trivial Update of "FrontPage" by MikeMcCandless
Date Wed, 01 Oct 2008 10:29:54 GMT
Dear Wiki user,

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The following page has been changed by MikeMcCandless:
http://wiki.apache.org/lucene-java/FrontPage

The comment on the change is:
Restore front page

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+ ##language:en
+ #pragma section-numbers off
  
- [http://www.gesundheits-tipps.net/]
+ http://lucene.apache.org/images/lucene_green_300.gif
  
+ Welcome to the [http://lucene.apache.org/ Lucene] wiki! We use the wiki for brainstorming,
maintainance of a FAQ, a free-for-all link database, and lots of miscellaneous snippets. Feel
free to contribute. See HowToContribute for more details.
+ 
+ = Overview =
+ 
+ Lucene is a text search engine API. Specifically, Lucene is the guts of a search engine
- the hard stuff. You write the easy stuff, the UI and the process of selecting and parsing
your data files to pump them into the search engine, yourself.
+ 
+ You can find the Lucene project at:[http://lucene.apache.org/]
+ 
+ Lucene is high-performance, scalable, full-featured, open-source, and written in Java.
+ 
+ == Informational ==
+ 
+  1. BasicsOfPerformance -- Page bringing various other pages on performance under one roof.
+ 
+  1. ConceptsAndDefinitions -- Concepts and Definitions related to Lucene.
+ 
+  1. [http://svn.apache.org/viewcvs.cgi/lucene/java/trunk/CHANGES.txt?view=markup lucene
status] -- CHANGES.txt svn head
+ 
+  1. ["LuceneFAQ"] -- The Lucene FAQ. Check here before asking on the list
+ 
+  1. GdataServer -- Gdata implementation using Lucene
+ 
+  1. HowTo -- Tips, tricks, and gotchas
+ 
+  1. InformationRetrieval -- Articles and Tutorials on Information Retrieval. Learn more
about the theory behind Lucene
+ 
+  1. SearchQualityReports -- Reports on search quality experiments with Lucene.
+ 
+  1. LuceneImplementations -- Implementations of the Lucene index and search model in languages
other than Java. Note that not all implementations are compatible with the Lucene Java [http://lucene.apache.org/java/docs/fileformats.html
File Format]
+ 
+  1. ["Resources"] -- Books, Articles, Corpora... also see LuceneResources for projects that
extend Lucene
+ 
+  1. SourceRepository -- How to get the sources
+ 
+  1. [http://codenotifier.com/projects/29 commits tracker] -- Lucene commits tracker, has
RSS feed
+ 
+ 
+ == Community ==
+ 
+  1. CommunityContributions -- Code, modules, etc. available outside of Apache
+ 
+  1. HowToContribute -- We love patches, documentation, etc. Here's how to submit it.
+ 
+  1. LatestNews -- What's happening in the Lucene community
+ 
+  1. OnTheRoad -- Who's talking about Lucene and where?
+ 
+  1. PoweredBy -- Links to projects using Lucene
+ 
+  1. ["Support"] -- People and companies for hire.
+ 
+  1. ["Training"] -- Training courses
+ 
+  1. UseCases -- Want to share how you solved a particularly thorny issue in Lucene? Create
a subpage under this one and write away
+ 
+  1. BestPractices -- Tips and techniques that can be regarded as best practices for Lucene.
+  1. MailingListArchives -- A list of archives of the Lucene Java (and probably others) mailing
lists
+ 
+ == Committers ==
+ 
+  1. CommittersResources
+ 
+  1. LucenePlanning -- Whiteboard for future Lucene design
+ 
+ == Miscellaneous ==
+ 
+  1. ["Archives"] -- Older Wiki documents
+ 
+ 
+ == How to use this site ==
+ 
+ You may want to click on the [:UserPreferences:Login] link above and login if you haven't
already.
+ 
+ During the editing of the Lucene wiki, please use the markup /!\ :TODO: /!\ to denote items
you know need cleaned up later. This will stand out visually on the page like so: /!\ :TODO:
/!\ ... and :TODO: is easy to search for.
+ 
+ A Wiki is a collaborative site, anyone can contribute and share:
+ 
+  * Edit any page by pressing Edit at the top or the bottom of the page
+  * Create a link to another page with joined capitalized words (like WikiSandBox) or with
["quoted words in brackets"]
+  * Search for page titles or text within pages using the search box at the top of any page
+  * See HelpForBeginners to get you going, HelpContents for all help pages.
+  * SyntaxReference: quick access to wiki syntax
+ 

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