Archive for the ‘solr’ Category

Solr for WordPress

May 10, 2009

A WordPress plugin that interacts with an instance of the Solr search engine. This plugin allows you to index pages and posts, perform advanced queries and enable faceting on fields such as tags, categories, and author. Adds special template tags so you can create your own custom result pages to match your theme. Configuration options allow you to select pages to ignore, features to enable/disable, and what type of result information you want output.

https://launchpad.net/solr4wordpress
http://wordpress.org/extend/plugins/solr-for-wordpress/
http://www.mattweber.org/2009/04/21/solr-for-wordpress/

(From solr user group)

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Lucene/Solr Meetup / May 20th, Reston VA, 6-8:30 pm

May 5, 2009

Lucene/Solr Meetup / May 20th, Reston VA, 6-8:30 pm
http://www.meetup.com/NOVA-Lucene-Solr-Meetup/

Join us for an evening of presentations and discussion on
Lucene/Solr, the Apache Open Source Search Engine/Platform, featuring:

Erik Hatcher, Lucid Imagination, Apache Lucene/Solr PMC: Solr power your data: How to get up an running in 20 minutes or less
Ryan McKinley: Apache Lucene/Solr PMC: Geo Search with Solr and Voyager
Dan Chudnov, Library of Congress: The World Digital Library — Solr searches across time and space
Aaron McCurry, Near Infinity: Using Lucene as primary store for structured data store that horizontally scales to billions of records

4 presentations, followed by Q&A / panel discussion.
We’ll have some food and beverages.

RSVP — seats are limited — at http://www.meetup.com/NOVA-Lucene-Solr-Meetup/

Hosted by:  Near Infinity
Sponsored by: Lucid Imagination

Questions: talks@lucidimagination.com

(Posted in lucene, solr user group)

DC/NOVA Lucene & Solr meetup

May 4, 2009

My company is co-sponsoring a Lucene/Solr meetup later this month in the Northern VA / DC area (Reston).  Details will be coming out soon. We’ve got one night of talks planned and considering adding another consecutive night.  If you’re in the area and have a Lucene (any of the Lucene family of projects, including Mahout, Solr, Tika, etc)
project you’re eager to discuss for 20-30 minutes, write me offline and tell me about it.
Thanks,
Erik

(From Lucene Mailing list)