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From Michael Baessler <mbaess...@apache.org>
Subject Re: Any interest in this as an open source project?
Date Thu, 15 May 2008 14:40:45 GMT
I spend some time to look at the ConceptMapper code.
I think some of the base concepts are similar to the Sandbox DictionaryAnnotator :-)

The current DictionaryAnnotator has defined interfaces to work with different kind of dictionaries,
maybe these can be used to support also the dictionaries provided by ConceptMapper. Even though
matching concept of both
annotators are different. DictionaryAnnotator implements the matching behind the Dictionary
interface to support different dictionary types.
ConceptMapper does the matching in the annotator. But if we plan to create one dictionary
component I think this can be cleaned up.

-- Michael

Thilo Goetz wrote:
> Roberto Franchini wrote:
>> On Tue, May 13, 2008 at 3:55 PM, Michael Baessler
>> <mbaessler@apache.org> wrote:
>>> Altogether sounds good to me, I'm interessted :-)
>> I shown this thread to my linguistics (collegues) and we are
>> interested too :)
> Ok, it seems there is general interest in accepting
> this code donation.  We should move this discussion
> to the developers' list.  Basically, here are the
> steps we need to follow:
> 1) Michael (Tanenblatt) creates a JIRA issue and attaches
> the source code (as a zip file).
> 2) UIMA committers and other interested parties review
> the source code and VOTE to accept the donation.
> 3) Michael creates a software grant for ConceptMapper and
> sends it to the ASF (we'll help).  Of course you need
> your company's permission to do this (and for step 1).
> 4) We (UIMA PMC) do the IP clearance due diligence process.
> 5) We import the code into SVN and Apache development can
> start.
> Steps 4 and 5 can proceed in parallel.
> It is not necessary to do any code clean-up before you
> submit the code, other than clean-up you may want to do
> from your side.  In particular, it is not necessary to
> rename packages and insert Apache license headers.  This
> can be done when the code is already in the Apache source
> repository.
> Marshall, you've recently done this for UIMA-AS.  Let me
> know if anything is missing/wrong.
> Follow-ups to uima-dev, please.
> --Thilo

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