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From Apache Wiki <wikidi...@apache.org>
Subject [Solr Wiki] Update of "UsingMailingLists" by HossMan
Date Tue, 01 Jun 2010 21:53:51 GMT
Dear Wiki user,

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The "UsingMailingLists" page has been changed by HossMan.
The comment on this change is: title caps, move conclusion to intro, add link to ESR's how
to ask questions essay.
http://wiki.apache.org/solr/UsingMailingLists?action=diff&rev1=4&rev2=5

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+ 
- = How to get the most out of the users' list =
+ = How to Get the Most Out of the Users' Mailing List =
  Here are some suggestions for getting the fastest, most helpful solutions to your problems
from the community.
+ 
+ By taking the time to write good questions, you'll accomplish several things. The most important
from your point of view is that extra 15 minutes you take making your question as clear and
complete as you can will almost assuredly get you an answer quicker. It'll take much more
than that 15 minutes for someone to notice it, read it and scratch their heads and ask for
clarification, you to provide that clarification and '''then''' someone to respond with useful
suggestions.
  
  <<TableOfContents>>
  
@@ -13, +16 @@

    *The SOLR wiki at: http://lucene.apache.org/solr/.
    *Search the users' list archives. Try the nabble searchable archive at: http://old.nabble.com/Solr-f14479.html.
Lucid Imagination also maintains a SOLR-powered archive at: http://www.lucidimagination.com/search/.
    *And, of course, web searches (Google, Cuil, or other favorite web search engine).
+ 
+  *Be aware of all the advice in the extremely well written: "[[http://catb.org/~esr/faqs/smart-questions.html|How
to ask questions the smart way]]"
+    * '''NOTE:''' this document provides generic advice about asking questions, please do
not attempt to contact any email address listed on that doc with your Solr questions.)
  
   *State the problem you're experiencing in the subject line. This allows readers with knowledge
of that topic to focus in on it, or skip it if they're clueless.
  
@@ -49, +55 @@

   *First and foremost, the SOLR admin page and links thereon.
   *Luke (google Lucene Luke). This allows you to look at your index in detail.
  
- 
- By taking the time to write good questions, you'll accomplish several things. The most important
from your point of view is that extra 15 minutes you take making your question as clear and
complete as you can will almost assuredly get you an answer quicker. It'll take much more
than that 15 minutes for someone to notice it, read it and scratch their heads and ask for
clarification, you to provide that clarification and '''then''' someone to respond with useful
suggestions.
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