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Subject [Solr Wiki] Update of "HowToContribute" by SteveRowe
Date Tue, 06 Dec 2011 17:15:50 GMT
Dear Wiki user,

You have subscribed to a wiki page or wiki category on "Solr Wiki" for change notification.

The "HowToContribute" page has been changed by SteveRowe:

  == Maven ==
  There is information about using Maven with Solr and Lucene in the source tree, at `dev-tools/maven/README.maven`.
 The information differs slightly by code branch.  Here are links to this file for each Solr
  ||'''Solr Version''' ||'''Link to Lucene/Solr Maven build instructions''' ||
- ||3.1.X ||
+ ||3.5 ||
- ||3.2 (unreleased) ||
  ||trunk/4.0 (unreleased) ||
+ == Getting your feet wet: where to begin? ==
+ New to Solr?  Want to find JIRA issues that you can work on without taking on the whole
+ The Solr/Lucene developers use the "newdev" label to mark issues that developers new to
Solr might be interested in working on.  The rough criteria used to make this selection are:
+  * Nobody has done any work on the issue yet.
+  * The issue is likely not controversial.
+  * The issue is likely self-contained with limited scope.
+ To see a list of open Solr and Lucene issues with the newdev label, use the JIRA query [[|(project=SOLR
OR project=LUCENE) AND (status=OPEN OR status=REOPENED) AND labels=newdev]]
+ '''Note:''' Fixing these issues may require asking questions on the developer list to figure
out what they mean - there is no guarantee that any of these will be either quick or easy.
  == One final note ==
  As always, there are gremlins out there.  If you find problems with the information here,
and especially if you subsequently find solutions to the problems you find, please either
write to the solr-user mailing list or update this page directly so others can benefit.

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