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From "Mike Austin" <>
Subject RE: Solrsharp feedback
Date Thu, 26 Apr 2007 19:35:29 GMT

I reviewed your code a few days ago (and again today after seeing your
email) and it looks good. I'm not as interested in the Query and Results
namespaces since I pushed most of my facet and query code into the solr
servlet. However I would like to use the Update, Indexing, and Configuration
classes since they are more clean and flexible than mine :).

The problem is that I'm not ready to refactor anything right now since I
have to get some things out soon. I would probably be ready to integrate
SolrSharp in a couple/few weeks though and give some feedback.

Thanks for the work. I might actually be able to contribute some code to
this at some point... maybe in conjunction with my solr servlet code and how
I do faceting and category navigation.


-----Original Message-----
From: Otis Gospodnetic []
Sent: Thursday, April 26, 2007 2:13 PM
Subject: Re: Solrsharp feedback

Hi Jeff,
Ah, smells like the same problem that is having - the lack of
people with interest in C# here at ASF. :(
I'm BCC-ing somebody who might be interested in looking at your C# client
for Solr.

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----- Original Message ----
From: Jeff Rodenburg <>
Sent: Tuesday, April 24, 2007 11:42:11 PM
Subject: Solrsharp feedback

I sent a few messages to the list about Solrsharp, the C# library for
working with Solr, a couple of weeks ago.  This was the first iteration of
the library and something I expected to see modified as others got a chance
to review it.  I've not heard any feedback since then, though.

For those that have checked out the code, is it working for you?  Does it
make sense?

jeff r.

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