While I was discussing a particularly tricky Nexus configuration
issue with a power user of Nexus last week I suggested that he write and
ship a custom...
1 replies - 4021 views - 07/04/12 by Tim O'brien in Articles
Each year we survey the Eclipse community to gather some insight into what developers are doing with Eclipse and open source. We have published...
0 replies - 3577 views - 06/27/12 by Ian Skerrett in Articles
I working with quite a few interesting technologies these days
(Hadoop, Greenplum, BigInsight and whatnot ) and I thought it might be a
good idea to...
1 replies - 9107 views - 06/24/12 by Arnon Rotem-gal-oz in Articles
At the end of the Eclipse Community Survey
we ask for general comments and suggestions about Eclipse and the
Eclipse Foundation. I decided to respond and...
0 replies - 3422 views - 06/20/12 by Ian Skerrett in Articles
ElasticSearch 0.19 extension points
Posted by Kelvin on 14 Jun 2012 at 01:52 am | Tagged as: Lucene / Solr / Elastic Search / Nutch
A list of the...
0 replies - 10100 views - 06/14/12 by Kelvin Tan in Articles
Wanting to explore Scala and some new Scala/Java libraries I started writing ElasticMQ. It is a simple message queueing system, following closely Amazon SQS
1 replies - 4872 views - 05/30/12 by Adam Warski in Articles
Here's a video of my Open Conference session on the business benefits of open sourcing your software. Given that the conference was at a weekend...
1 replies - 4832 views - 05/28/12 by Trisha Gee in Articles
It's been recently brought to my attention that I don't view open-source
the way that many of my friends do. My attitude has always been: Here's
0 replies - 1978 views - 05/27/12 by Jay Fields in Articles
OAuth 1.0 emerged from the
large social providers like Facebook, Yahoo!, AOL, and Google. Each had
developed its own alternative to the password...
1 replies - 15003 views - 05/19/12 by Prabath Siriwardena in Articles
Looks like after around a month of public beta, Fuse ESB Enterprise and Fuse MQ 7.0 have both been made generally available today according to a new...
0 replies - 5221 views - 05/14/12 by Mitch Pronschinske in Articles
I’ll be attending CamelOne this year, and I’m pretty excited. I
didn’t make it to the event last year, but judging by the speaker line
up and the...
0 replies - 3454 views - 05/14/12 by Christian Posta in Articles
The verdict for phase one of the Oracle v. Google trial has finally been read and what sources out of Twitter are saying indicate that some infringement was...
10 replies - 7469 views - 05/07/12 by Mitch Pronschinske in Articles
I'm happy to announce that two Lucene Google Summer of Code projects were accepted for this summer!
The first project (LUCENE-3312), proposed by Nikola...
0 replies - 3633 views - 04/29/12 by Michael Mccandless in Articles
When we published our executive brief on security
a few of you immediately reacted wondering if we were calling OSS
insecure, we are not. OSS is both...
0 replies - 2378 views - 04/23/12 by Tim O'brien in Articles
Watching the commercial software industry frenetically trying to make
process work occasionally feels similar to watching tragicomedy. This
0 replies - 3558 views - 04/20/12 by Kristoffer Sjögren in Articles