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From Apache Wiki <wikidi...@apache.org>
Subject [Solr Wiki] Update of "PublicServers" by DamienP
Date Wed, 30 Sep 2009 09:55:59 GMT
Dear Wiki user,

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The "PublicServers" page has been changed by DamienP:
http://wiki.apache.org/solr/PublicServers?action=diff&rev1=179&rev2=180

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  = Public Websites using Solr =
   * [[http://www.lucidimagination.com/search]] Indexes the Lucene ecosystem: Solr, Lucene
Java, Mahout, Nutch, Tika, Droids and the ports of Lucene.  Includes mail archives, websites,
JIRA issues and wikis. 
   * [[http://www.ebharatjobs.com|eBharatJobs.com]] A vertical job search engine targeted
for India.  Using Solr to index & perform search
@@ -129, +128 @@

   * [[http://www.mysecondhome.eu|MySecondhome]] Uses Solr for searching/faceting real estate
in Europe
   * [[http://www.btsb.com/|Bound to Stay Bound Books]] is using Solr to power search.
   * [[http://www.koelner-weinkeller.de/index.php?id=sortiment|K├Âlner Weinkeller]] uses Solr
for the product search, including facetted search
+  * [[http://www.gala.fr|Gala.fr]], [[http://www.voici.fr|Voici.fr]] and [[http://www.cuisine-et-recette.fr/|Cuisine-actuelle.fr]],
websites of the Prisma Presse group (Gruner & Jar), are using Solr to power search.
  
  = Other Solr users =
   * [[http://www.etrade.com/|eTrade]]
@@ -142, +142 @@

   * [[http://nebula.nasa.gov/services|NASA]] is using Solr as the Enterprise Search component
in it's NEBULA cloud computing platform.
   * [[http://www.mtv.com|MTV Networks]] uses Solr to power search on a number of it's websites,
including TheDailyShow.com, ColbertNation.com, and SouthParkStudios.com, and as a back-end
tool on other sites such as comedycentral.com
  
+ 
  == Notes ==
  It would be good to add some scale information here, where possible: how many documents
do these sites index, how many search requests per day, what kind of servers, etc.
  If someone could determine what kind of license, copyright, etc the current Solr logo has,
it could be included as a text file in the zipped SVG file and could make for a clearer permission
statement.

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