[pylucene-dev] PyLucene ownership, mid to long-term
twl at osafoundation.org
Fri Jun 25 10:41:40 PDT 2004
It's possible that we would be interested in joining such an effort.
have to see what happens when the time comes. Right now our goal is to
committers. I would think that the new ports would have to come in via
incubator (speaking as a member of the incubator PMC)
On Jun 25, 2004, at 9:33 AM, <ogjunk-pylucene at yahoo.com> wrote:
> Hi Andi,
> Yes, I see :). Makes it quite easy to remain in sync with Java
> Lucene's new features. As far as I can tell from reading the IRC log,
> it's just a matter of 'exporting' the Java Lucene API via SWIG, no?
> Regardless, does what I described sound like something PyLucene team
> would be interested in, when the time comes?
> Sorry for duplicate, Andi - just noticed no Reply-To (good setup, my
> --- Andi Vajda <vajda at osafoundation.org> wrote:
>> PyLucene is not exactly a port, more like a non-port :).
>> It is Java Lucene compiled by GCJ.
>> On Fri, 25 Jun 2004 ogjunk-pylucene at yahoo.com wrote:
>>> Quick intro: Otis Gospodnetic, co-author of Lucene in Action,
>>> Lucene developer.
>>> Nice to see another Lucene port
>>> I noticed
>>> that one of the goals of PyLucene is " Ultimately to attract a
>>> staff person as the owner for pylucene [mid to long-term]". I want
>>> mention that we (some Lucene developers) had talked about making
>>> a top-level ASF (Apache Software Foundation) project, instead of it
>>> being a sub-project of Jakarta. When/if we make Lucene a top-level
>>> project, we would probably like to gather various Lucene ports
>>> too, build a strong community of users and developers, and unify
>>> progress of all ports, so that none lags behind others. I
>>> am very busy with Lucene in Action, Simpy (signature), work, etc.,
>> so I
>>> am not pushing this migration from Jakarta, but once the work-load
>>> lessens (Fall 2004, likely), I will try to move forward with what I
>>> just described.
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