state of play...?

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robert burrell donkin-2
http://svn.apache.org/repos/asf/incubator/tika/trunk/ seems a little
light codewise. are we still waiting for some code drops?

- robert
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Re: state of play...?

Jukka Zitting
Hi,

On 7/8/07, robert burrell donkin <[hidden email]> wrote:
> http://svn.apache.org/repos/asf/incubator/tika/trunk/ seems a little
> light codewise. are we still waiting for some code drops?

We have some code in the issue tracker, but we got into an argument on
whether it's OK to put it in trunk or perhaps in some separate sandbox
before the "official" Tika architecture and design is in place.

Everyone, I would recommend that we just treat trunk as the sandbox
for now and not keep a too high barrier for incoming code.

BR,

Jukka Zitting
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Re: state of play...?

chrismattmann

> We have some code in the issue tracker, but we got into an argument on
> whether it's OK to put it in trunk or perhaps in some separate sandbox
> before the "official" Tika architecture and design is in place.

I wouldn't call it an argument, just a friendly debate :)

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> Everyone, I would recommend that we just treat trunk as the sandbox
> for now and not keep a too high barrier for incoming code.

Jukka, I am tending to agree with you on this one. I will still continue to
be vigilant about reviewing the code that goes into SVN (as we all should I
think), however, at the same time, I will back off on my strict approach to
the trunk, and my +1 for getting some source in there, even in a sandbox
fashion. I am still trying to carve out some time to work on TIKA-6, and
review TIKA-7, however it's definitely on my near-term radar.

Thanks, and apologies if I made everyone weary of contributing code to the
trunk. ;)

Cheers,
  Chris

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> Jukka Zitting