SolrTM Mailing Lists and IRC
Solr User List: solr-user@lucene
This list is for users of Solr to ask questions, share knowledge, and discuss issues. Do send mail to this list with usage and configuration questions and problems. Also, please send questions to this list to verify your problem before filing issues in JIRA.
- Subscribe: solr-user-subscribe
- Unsubscribe: solr-user-unsubscribe (Problems?)
- Official Apache Archive
Developer Discussion: dev@lucene
This is the list where participating developers of the LuceneTM and Solr projects meet and discuss issues concerning Lucene/Solr internals, code changes/additions, etc.
NOTE: Please do not send mail to this list with usage questions or configuration questions and problems, that is what the solr-user mailing list is for.
Commit Notifications: commits@lucene
This is an automated announcement only list where notifications about every Lucene/Solr commit are sent.
General Discussion: general@lucene
This list is for broader questions and discussions about the Lucene project, announcements, and for questions from users who have no idea where to get started (Lucene-Core?, Solr? PyLucene?)
There are two primary IRC channels dedicated to Solr at freenode.net.
- #solr -- Channel for Solr user questions
- #solr-dev -- Hangout for discussion of Solr development
The IRC channel can be used for online discussion about Lucene/Solr related stuff, but developers should be careful to transfer all the official decisions or useful discussions to the issue tracking system.
The Solr Wiki maintains a list of searchable mailing list archives at http://wiki.apache.org/solr/MailingListArchives. No endorsement is implied by the listing of an archive on the Wiki.
Other Mailing Lists
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