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From Paul Irwin <>
Subject Re: support
Date Thu, 06 Jun 2013 14:32:06 GMT

I'm in the same spot as you. I'd like to help but unsure of the best place
to get started. Also, I haven't seen much activity the last few months on
this mailing list. Can anyone update as to the current status of 4.2 and/or
3.6? It doesn't look like there's been a commit to the github project in 6

If any work has started on the 4.2 port, you can give me a namespace or a
few classes to port and I can work on porting them on a fork of
lucene.neton github. I assume that the workflow would be that someone
would create a
4.2 branch in github, we would then create pull requests from our forks for
that branch? Or would we work from trunk? Not sure since there was talk of
starting a port of 4.2 from scratch.

I have spent the most time understanding and extending the code of
Lucene.Net.Documents, Lucene.Net.Analysis, and Lucene.Net.Store, so I could
work on any of those areas once someone has gotten the ball rolling on a
new port (if that's what's happening).

Paul Irwin

On Thu, Jun 6, 2013 at 4:35 AM, khaindar black <>wrote:

> hiho alltogether,
> i m quite new to (using it for about 2 months), but i d like to
> offer you my support, also the whole opensource stuff is quite new to me,
> so here is a short intro about myself
> @blackkhaindar:
> - developing/managing .net projects for a couple of years
> - total rookie (only have used basic searching stuff, 2-3
> analizers, index synchronization, document/field basics)
> - interested in sharing knowledge
> - interested in gaining knowledge
> - trying out good ideas
> - ...just ask to find out...
> some questions:
> - how is this whole stuff organized, worktime, items, bugs etc...
> (communication)
> - where can i see the current progress in porting the java lib to .net?
> (more than the released stuff @
> - what has to be done in first instance from my side, to support you guys?
> - ...plenty more of them...
> greetz,
> blackkhaindar

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