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From Apache Wiki <wikidi...@apache.org>
Subject [Lucene-java Wiki] Update of "lucene.Net" by PrescottNasser
Date Fri, 04 Feb 2011 19:01:24 GMT
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The "lucene.Net" page has been changed by PrescottNasser.
http://wiki.apache.org/jakarta-lucene/lucene.Net?action=diff&rev1=3&rev2=4

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  Lucene.Net has three aims. First, it will maintain the existing line-by-line port from Java
to C#, fully automating and commoditizing the process such that the project can easily synchronize
with the Java Lucene release schedule. Second, it will be a high-performance C# search engine
library. Third, it will maximize its usability and power when used within the .NET runtime.
To that end, it will present a highly idiomatic, carefully tailored API that takes advantage
of many of the special features of the .NET runtime. 
  
- You can find the Lucene project at:[[http://lucene.apache.org/]]
+ You can find the Lucene parent project at:[[http://lucene.apache.org/]]
  
  == Informational ==
  
   1. [[Lucene.Net FAQ]] -- The Lucene.NET FAQ. Check here before asking on the list
  
   1. /!\ :TODO: /!\
- == Community ==
  
- /!\ :TODO: /!\
+ === Community ===
+ There is already a well established, active and vibrant community surrounding the Lucene.Net
project. This is primarily a users community, as the previous committers have not engaged
the user community to find or leverage would-be contributors. There is a lot of talent available
in the community to this end and many people have come forth offering their time as contributors.
+ 
+ There are a number of well established and significant .NET open source projects which are
widely used by the larger .NET community which depend on Lucene.Net. There are also countless
commercial products which use, and are dependent on this project. The mailing lists are active
with numerous community members both asking and answering technical questions. The status
and activities of the project are watched closely by the larger .NET development community
and regularly commented on in blogs and other discussion forums.
+ 
+ Because of the size of the community and the fact that it's audience is largely developers,
finding new committers over time should remain an easy task. The user base is also constantly
growing, because Lucene.Net is one of the very few high quality products in this space (either
commercial or open source). The ability to index and search content is an essential part of
many web-based applications which are developed on the .NET framework, and Lucene.Net is widely
used to support that scenario. This will only grow with time.
+ 
+ ==== Community Projects and Commercial Products ====
+ 
+ A brief list of open source projects depending on Lucene.Net (alphabetical):
+ 
+  * iReaper - http://ireaper.codeplex.com/
+  * Linq to Lucene - http://linqtolucene.codeplex.com/
+  * Lucandra.NET - http://lucandranet.codeplex.com/
+  * Mind``Touch - http://www DOT mindtouch DOT com/ (not sure why the wiki disallows this)
+  * Orchard - http://orchard.codeplex.com/
+  * RavenDB - http://ravendb.net/
+  * Sub``Text - http://subtextproject.com/
+  * Umbraco - http://umbraco.codeplex.com
+ 
+ A brief list of known commercial products using Lucene.Net (alphabetical):
+ 
+  * Autodesk - http://autodesk.com/
+  * BBC UK Top Gear site - http://www.topgear.com/
+  * Epro, Bluewire Technologies - http://www.epro.com/
+  * Intelli``Enterprise Intranet Suite - http://www.adenin.com/
+  * Koders.com, Black Duck Software - http://www.koders.com/
+  * Oxford Analytica - http://www.oxan.com
+  * Paradigm - http://discover-e-legal.com/aboutparadigm.html
+  * Power``Search - http://datassimilate.com/PSindex.html
+ 
+ 
+ There are of course many, many more.
  
  == Committers ==
  
- /!\ :TODO: /!\
+ ''These are the proposed committers should the Apache Incubator accept our proposal:''
+ 
+  * Chris Currens <currens.chris AT gmail DOT com>
+  * DIGY <digydigy AT gmail DOT com>
+  * Michael Herndon <mherndon AT wickedsoftware DOT net>
+  * Prescott Nasser <prescott.nasser AT hotmail DOT com>	
+  * Scott Lombard <lombardenator AT gmail DOT com>
+  * Sergey Mirvoda <sergey AT mirvoda DOT com>
+  * Troy Howard <thoward37 AT gmail DOT com>
  
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