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Subject Re: Fun project?
Date Thu, 21 Nov 2002 06:18:14 GMT
I'll be doing something very similar some time in the next 12 months for 
the project I'm working on. I'll be more than happy than happy to 
contribute the code when its done, but the rest of the project has been 
implemented with CORBA, and it had been my plan to use CORBA for the 
distributed index servers as well.

I'll look into JXTA though, as I hadn't come across it before.


Otis Gospodnetic <>
21/11/2002 16:57
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Yeah, I thought of that, too.  JXTA is the P2P piece that you are
asking about.  A recent post on Slashdot mentioned something that IBM
did that sounds similar.  Time... :)


--- "Robert A. Decker" <> wrote:
> I wish I had time to work on this for fun, but I was thinking about
> what
> could be a fun lucene project...
> One could build a peer-to-peer document search application. Each
> client
> would index the documents on its harddrive, or documents in a
> particular
> directory. When the user at the computer does a search it will look
> at the
> documents on its harddrive, but also send out a request for the
> search on
> the P2P network.
> First though, are there any P2P java frameworks out there? One could
> build
> one, perhaps with OpenJMS, but it would be nice if one already
> existed.
> Hmm... if anyone else thinks this would be cool I'd be willing to
> work on
> this with you. 
> thanks,
> Robert A. Decker
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