Lewis John Mcgibbney 2012-02-17, 15:23
Mattmann, Chris A 2012-02-18, 19:10
Ferdy Galema 2012-02-20, 14:57
Lewis John Mcgibbney 2012-02-20, 16:01
-Re: [DISCUSS] Nutchgora 2.0 release
Ferdy Galema 2012-02-20, 16:26
Thanks Lewis, that's a real useful link. Updated the jira.
On Mon, Feb 20, 2012 at 5:01 PM, Lewis John Mcgibbney <
[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
> Not ignoring Chris' comments, but addressing the points below first,
> please see comments.
> On Mon, Feb 20, 2012 at 2:57 PM, Ferdy Galema <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>wrote:
>> Aside from the licensing issue, the only thing I really see as a blocker
>> or as something we need to deal with first is Nutch-1205 (upgrade Gora
>> libs). What are we going to do with that one?
> I'm going to have another crack with these Ivy resolvers, really quite
> hard to debug. I can only assume the unresolved dependencies are picked up
> somewhere upstream! As I said I'm going to try and crack this one maybe
> today if I get the time.
>> About the Nutch API (webapp), my colleague and I have some ideas about
>> how to improve it, in such as way that it is really easy to use. It
>> won't definitely be ready in a upcoming release, especially when there will
>> be a release very soon. Please see the issue for details. I'm not sure
>> what to do with the current webapp implementation, but my suggestion is to
>> to just leave it be as it. (Perhaps mark it as a work-in-progress)
>> This sounds really encouraging. Somewhere in my crazy pot of thoughts was
> to progress with establishing this task as a GSoC project. In reflection, I
> think it would be excellent if the work could be dev/user community driven
> as it would cater exactly for what we need and want.
> Please see here for the most up-to-date work I could get in this stuff. I
> updated it slightly to reflect some recent findings. I'll report back when
> I get more time on the blocker you mention above.
Mattmann, Chris A 2012-02-20, 17:13