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Subject [Lucene-java Wiki] Update of "LuceneAtApacheConUs2009" by ErikHatcher
Date Wed, 22 Apr 2009 23:26:36 GMT
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The following page has been changed by ErikHatcher:
http://wiki.apache.org/jakarta-lucene/LuceneAtApacheConUs2009

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   * Intro to Nutch (Andrzej?  Dennis? - when was the last time we had a Nutch talk?)
   * Mime Magic with Apache Tika (Jukka Zitting)
   * Lucene Boot Camp (Grant) (2 days)  -- GSI: Still it's not clear to me whether training
fits into the new model
-  * Solr Boot Camp (Erik Hatcher) -- 1 day
+  * Solr Day (formerly titled "Solr Boot Camp") (Erik Hatcher) -- 1 day
   * Recommendations using Lucene (Ted Dunning, see abstract below, possibly tag team with
Gran on his Intelligent search talk) - 1 hour
   * Intro to Katta (Stefan Groschupf) 1h
   * Lucene in the cloud, Hands on tutorial Hadoop, Lucene and Katta (Stefan Groschupf) 1d
@@ -31, +31 @@

   * Solr Operations and Performance Tuning
   * Open Source Search for the Enterprise (business talk; Marc Krellenstein)
   * Searching by Location:  Leveraging Local Lucene and Local Solr (??? PJ???  Ryan???)
+  * Solr Flair: User Interfaces powered by Apache Solr (Erik Hatcher) - 1h
  
  = Possible BoF Sessions =
  
@@ -46, +47 @@

  
  Recommendation systems don't have to involve much new code.  Instead, you can build advanced
recommendation systems using Lucene and some pre-processing.  This talk will provide specific
examples of how logs of behavior can be processed to produce real-time recommendations using
Lucene for the heavy lifting.
  
+ == Solr Flair: User Interfaces powered by Apache Solr ==
+ Come see Solr in a new light, with snazzy innovative user interfaces.  We'll talk about
Solr's flexible capabilities for driving custom user interfaces and how projects like SolrJS
and "Solritas" bring Solr to the front-end.  We'll experience user interfaces in a variety
of front-end technologies, including PHP, Ruby on Rails, Java, Velocity, JQuery, and SIMILE
Timeline.  We'll have Ajax, clouds, maps, timelines, and set visualizations, oh my!
+ 

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