I would like to propose the following:
1) That those who have been active lately on upgrading SWISH-E for phrase
searching, memory leaks, etc. settle on a limited set of additional
enhancements to the phrase searching version of SWISH-E.
2) That a *coordinated* team of volunteers take on those limited set of
enhancements (or it could be one brave person) and implement them.
3) That once those enhancements have been achieved the software is
thoroughly tested by a wide range of users (us).
4) That upon fixing any bugs that this (phrase searching version plus any
other enhancements that are folded in) become SWISH-E 2.0.
5) That manual updates and changes be submitted by those who added the
capabilities (so someone like me who doesn't read C doesn't make a mess of
The key part of this to me is to settle on a *limited* set of enhancements
to become 2.0, and not get into the same creeping featuritis that plagues
the Mozilla effort. How does this sound? Thanks,
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Date: Fri, 14 Apr 2000 08:06:28 -0700 (PDT)
From: Jose Manuel Ruiz <email@example.com>
To: Multiple recipients of list <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Subject: [SWISH-E] Re: PHRASE SEARCH
Yesterday, I added some patches to the code:
- notoperator (Bill Moseley)
- metaStopWord (Adrian Mugnolo)
- memoryleak and memoryleak2 (Richard Beebe and Marc Perrin)
- spider (Steve van der Burg)
- all getmeta patches (and improvements!!) (Tom Brown)
All of them will be available soon, in next package.
Not applied yet ...
- paging (Scott Schultz).
- filters (Rainer Scherg).
- language (Adrian Mugnolo).
These are the patches I found in
> At 06:32 AM 4/13/00 -0700, Bill Moseley wrote:
> >Did you look at the http://sunsite.berkeley.edu/SWISH-E/Patches/ directory
> >for any patches that could/should be included? I'm not sure is SRE
> >included any in his version or not, other than the stemmer.c bug.
> I didn't include anything from the Patches directory, which
> never occurred to me, but now I'm wishing I had! The phrase
> search version would be a good place to correct that mistake.
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Jose Manuel Ruiz Ramos
Received on Fri Apr 14 14:53:06 2000