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From Thilo Goetz <twgo...@gmx.de>
Subject Re: ConceptMapper update
Date Wed, 11 Mar 2009 16:29:20 GMT
Thanks for the patch.  The name of the patch file does not
matter at all.  Some people name it after the Jira issue,
but that's not important.

Please see my comment about not sending a single patch for
several issues, but that's just for future reference.


Michael Tanenblatt wrote:
> OK, I know I promised an update a while ago, but the holidays and work
> commitments just took over my time. I am *finally* ready with a patch
> that includes a small code change, but more importantly, documentation!
> I created a patch file and will attach it to a JIRA issue, just
> wondering if there is some naming convention for these patch files. I
> would love to get this thing finally released, as it has been lingering
> for way too long.
> On Dec 16, 2008, at 7:18 AM, Michael Baessler wrote:
>> Thanks for the update, that are good news!
>> -- Michael
>> Michael Tanenblatt wrote:
>>> Just to followup on the comment about ConceptMapper: I am in the process
>>> of putting together documentation right now, and hope to have that done
>>> by the end of this week. There is also a code change that was requested
>>> by someone that I want to make, and then I will do whatever I need to do
>>> to get ConceptMapper released (as I learn the necessary steps...). I
>>> have really just been so overwhelmed by other projects to close out the
>>> year that I just had to put ConceptMapper on pause.
>>> Michael
>>> On Dec 16, 2008, at 2:31 AM, Michael Baessler wrote:
>>>> Sorry I'm late... thanks for the reminder.
>>>> Here is a +0 from my side.
>>>> Let me explain why I'm not so convinced about this submission into the
>>>> Sandbox.
>>>> If I follow the discussion threads it seems to me very similar to the
>>>> ConceptMapper submission we
>>>> had in June 2008. There we added the coded after some discussions to
>>>> the Sandbox and now it is there
>>>> and nothing (if I check the SVN history) happened after the initial
>>>> import. That is from my side a
>>>> little bit disappointing. E.g. adding documentation to show the
>>>> benefit, merging code with
>>>> DictionaryAnnotator concepts, adding some tests to see if all works
>>>> fine...
>>>> I don't want to block the submission of CFE into the Sandbox, I just
>>>> want to share my thoughts.
>>>> Maybe it works better this time.
>>>> -- Michael
>>>> Marshall Schor wrote:
>>>>> Please cast your vote to accept the Configurable Feature Extractor
>>>>> into
>>>>> the sandbox.
>>>>> There was a discussion on this on uima-user list (see
>>>>> http://markmail.org/message/ty6eq4ne7r4rvtim ) that ended with a
>>>>> request
>>>>> for a Jira submission.  The original did not have documentation.  The
>>>>> submission has now been updated and documentation included.
>>>>> [ ] +1 accept CAS viewer source code into sandbox
>>>>> [ ] 0 don't care
>>>>> [ ] -1 don't accept, I still have issues
>>>>> -Marshall

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