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From Shalin Shekhar Mangar <>
Subject Re: Contributing Translations
Date Mon, 13 Apr 2009 18:23:02 GMT
On Fri, Apr 10, 2009 at 11:05 PM, Green Crescent Translations <> wrote:

> Sure, we're actually using Solr for a project we're working on and thought
> it would be nice to lend a hand.  Great software.  Do you have any current
> translations or would this be something totally new?  I'd guess the place to
> start would be Spanish or maybe Russian.  Chinese, Japanese and French are
> also big.  I'd guess Solr can generate a whole new audience if translated
> into the right languages.
> Do you have an essential text that we could take a look at to start with?
>  Or maybe we could start with the website?
The website is a good start, especially the Solr tutorial page. Then there
are a couple of important wiki pages that would be great. For example,

   1. Tomcat installation page -
   2. Jetty -
   3. Adding documents in XML -
   4. DataImportHandler (this is a huge one, not everything may be needed)
   5. Common Query parameters -
   6. Simple facet params -
   7. Using the Solrj client -

We can also convert the comments in the example solrconfig.xml and
schema.xml to other languages as they contain very comprehensive and perhaps
the most up-to-date documentation.

I know this is a lot so please do not feel like everything here is needed :)

We should be able to pare things down quite a bit. This is also a good
opportunity to organize the documentation better and expand the tutorial to
make it more comprehensive. If we can do that, translating that one tutorial
should be good enough.

Shalin Shekhar Mangar.

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