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From Eric Pugh <>
Subject Re: solr client sdk's/libraries for native platforms
Date Mon, 01 Dec 2014 16:03:53 GMT
I think in the vein of a “do-it-tocracy”, getting the Wiki updated is a perfectly good
first step, and then if there is a better approach, hopefully that occurs.… ;-)

> On Dec 1, 2014, at 10:51 AM, Alexandre Rafalovitch <> wrote:
> On 1 December 2014 at 10:02,
> <> wrote:
>> I meant to reply earlier...
>> On Mon, Nov 24, 2014 at 11:37 AM, Alexandre Rafalovitch <>
>> wrote:
>>> They are super-stale
>> Yup but it’s a wiki so feel free to freshen it up.  I’ll be doing that in a
>> bit.  It may also be helpful if these particular pages got more
>> prominence/visibility by being linked from the ref guide and/or the website.
> On the TODO list. If you are planning to update the client list, maybe
> we should coordinate, so we don't step on each other's toes. I am
> planning to do more than a minor tweak.
>>> and there is no easy mechanism for people to
>>> announce their additions. I am not even sure the announcements are
>>> welcome on the user mailing list.
>> IMO the mailing list is an excellent place to announce new Solr integrations
>> in the ecosystem out there.  People announce various things on the list from
>> time to time.
> I haven't even announced on the list, wasn't sure
> whether it's appropriate. So, maybe it's ok, but I suspect that's not
> visible.
>>> It comes down to the funnel/workflow. At the moment, the workflow
>>> makes it _hard_ to maintain those pages. CMM level 1 kind of hard.
>> Can you recommend a fix or alternative?
> I thought that's what my previous emails were about?!? Setup a
> 'client-maintainer' mailing list seeded with SolrJ people, update the
> Wiki, make it more prominent. Organize a TodoMVC equivalent for Solr
> clients (with prizes?). Ensure it is a topic (with mentor) for
> Google's Summer of Code. Have somebody from core Solr to keep at least
> one eye on the client communities' mailing lists.
> I started doing that as an individual, but the traction was not there.
> It needs at least a couple of people to push in the same direction.
> Regards,
>   Alex.
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