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From Aaron Powell>
Subject RE: Luke.Net
Date Fri, 18 Feb 2011 22:33:34 GMT
Yes, most features aren't implemented, we started but both have other OSS projects that take
priority. Luke.Net was more a playground to learn WPF.

Aaron Powell
Umbraco Core Team Member | FunnelWeb Team Member | | Skype: aaron.l.powell | MSN:

-----Original Message-----
From: Sergey Mirvoda [] 
Sent: Saturday, 19 February 2011 1:08 AM
Subject: Re: Luke.Net

Alternatively we can reimplement it from scratch.
Using Aarron's code as a working prototype.
Also looks like my most wished (and somewhat advanced) features (testing Analizers and Luke
plugins) is not implemented.

On Fri, Feb 18, 2011 at 5:01 PM, Aaron Powell <> wrote:

> Yeah I'm actually quite lax about remembering to put license on my code.
> I've just thrown up the MIT license on it.
> I'll speak to my colleague, but I know I didn't work on it during work 
> time
> Aaron Powell
> Umbraco Core Team Member | FunnelWeb Team Member
> | | Skype:
> aaron.l.powell | MSN:
> -----Original Message-----
> From: Stefan Bodewig []
> Sent: Friday, 18 February 2011 10:50 PM
> To:
> Subject: Re: Luke.Net
> On 2011-02-18, Troy Howard wrote:
> > Sergey is already planning to include the Apache License header in 
> > the files when he imports them. Other than that, is there any legal 
> > process we need to go through to bring this code into the Lucene.Net 
> > fold?
> Yes, absolutely.
> First of all you can't change the license without Aaron's consent - 
> and that of all other people who have contributed to Luke.NET so far 
> (I'm assuming it is just Aaron's colleague).  I've just performed a 
> cursory look right now and can't find any information about Luke.NET's current license.
> Second we'd need a software grant by Aaron and his colleague.
> Alternatively Aaron and his colleague could sign ICLAs but for 
> complete code imports a sofware grant is preferred.  See < 
>>.  If the code was created on company 
> time Aaron may need to check with his employer and have the employer 
> sign a SGA or CCLA, but he'll know better than us.
> Finally we'd have to follow the IP-Clearance process < 
>> before the code 
> can be imported.
> Sorry if this sounds a bit like too much legal hassle, but this is the 
> only way the ASF can be sure it has all necessary rights to actually 
> distribute the code.
> Stefan

--Regards, Sergey Mirvoda

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