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From "Mankowski, Chris" <>
Subject Re: Lucene.NET Community Status
Date Thu, 04 Nov 2010 12:48:25 GMT
For what it's worth, Microsoft will be releasing a hosted Team Foundation Server (what Codeplex
is based on) sometime next year. 

Perhaps ASF and MSFT can explore the options in this area that will encourage a more .NET
friendly environment, which will in turn attract more committers.  

----- Original Message -----
From: Grant Ingersoll <>
To: <>
Sent: Thu Nov 04 08:41:48 2010
Subject: Re: Lucene.NET Community Status

On Nov 4, 2010, at 12:52 AM, Phil Haack wrote:

> I have a couple of naive questions, so forgive me. I see that Apache projects use SVN
> But is it required to host Apache projects in this svn? The reason I ask is that a small
change to hosting in a forge like would provide the project huge exposure to
more .NET developers. You could do this, but keep all other processes the same.

Yes, it is required.  Our SVN is how we assure the ASF has provenance over the code and how
the community knows where the official release is.  You can mirror the code on CodePlex, just
as we do with our read-only GIT mirrors, but all commits need to happen in ASF SVN by ASF


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