Michael loves building software; he's been building search engines for more than a decade, and has been working on Lucene as a committer, PMC member and Apache member, for the past few years. He's co-author of the recently published Lucene in Action, 2nd edition. In his spare time Michael enjoys building his own computers, writing software to control his house (mostly in Python), encoding videos and tinkering with all sorts of other things. Michael is a DZone MVB and is not an employee of DZone and has posted 49 posts at DZone. You can read more from them at their website. View Full User Profile

Hack on Lucene this summer!

05.28.2011
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Are you a student? Looking to do some fun coding this summer? Then join us for the 2011 Google Summer of Code!

The application deadline is in less than a month! Lucene has these potential projects identified, but you can also pick your own; just be sure to discuss with the community first (send an email to dev@lucene.apache.org).

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Dragan Sahpaski replied on Sun, 2011/05/29 - 2:41pm

Is this late or what?

Kathy John replied on Tue, 2012/02/21 - 1:20pm

You know, I wanted to make a small contribution to Solr as a natural outreach of the work I'm doing with Solr. Namely, XML validation files for the various XML config files, since a malformed XML config or schema file can break a Solr installation quite easily. I tried posting on the developer mailing list, but I don't think anyone noticed in the noise.

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