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Subject Re: [ANNOUNCE] New Nutch Committer: Julien Nioche
Date Fri, 25 Dec 2009 21:45:20 GMT

--- On Fri, 12/25/09, Doğacan Güney <> wrote:

From: Doğacan Güney <>
Subject: Re: [ANNOUNCE] New Nutch Committer: Julien Nioche
Date: Friday, December 25, 2009, 12:45 PM

On Fri, Dec 25, 2009 at 21:48, Julien Nioche <> wrote:


Thank you for the warm welcome, I feel very honoured to have been made a

Nutch committer.

Congratulations and welcome :) ! 
A few lines aboyut myself : I started using Lucene back in 2001, made a few

small contributions to it and started LIMO - an open source web application

used for monitoring Lucene indices. Over the last 3 years I have used quite

a few Apache projects such as SOLR, UIMA and of course Nutch, which I

recently used for a large scale crawling project involving a 400 node

cluster and 15 billions URLs fetched. My activities at DigitalPebble also

cover Natural Language Processing (which is my initial background), text

analysis and I recently started an open source project named Behemoth which

allows to scale text analysis applications using Hadoop.

There are quite a few exciting things planned for Nutch in the short term

and I really look forward to contributing to it in the new year.

Happy Christmas and best wishes for 2010!



DigitalPebble Ltd

2009/12/24 Mattmann, Chris A (388J) <>

> All,


> A little while ago I nominated Julien Nioche to be Nutch committer based on

> his contributions to the Nutch project (10+ patches in this release alone,

> and all the mailing list help and thoughtful design discussion). I'm happy

> to announce that the Lucene PMC has voted to make Julien a Nutch committer!


> Julien, welcome to the team. The typical first committer task is to modify

> the Nutch Forrest credits page and add yourself to the website. If you'd

> like to say something about yourself and your background, feel free to do

> so

> as well.


> Welcome!


> Cheers,

> Chris


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