Now as jetwick stabilizes again here are some Java tweets which are easy to collect also for other topics like lucene (see below), netbeans etc:
- Search for the term you are interested in. If you want to make sure jetwick collects all results from one week: login and save your search.
- Then select the first (2nd, 3rd, …) day of the week or page through the results which are sorted against retweets
- Click on Export as ‘html’ under the results to copy & paste some of the tweets into your document.
Then click browsers’ back-button and proceed with the next day or page. Ask me if you have problems…
Here are the collected tweets – did I missed some important news?
Henrik Ståhl : Double Trouble – How a Java Security Issue Was Fixed: Double Trouble – How a Java Security Issue Was …
- jonathangiles | @twitter
New blog post: Java desktop links of the week, February 13 – Java desktop links of the week, February 13 …
Google Chrome’s improved binary diff algorithm. Looks so obvious it’s strange it’s never been done. http://t.co/K3B0BMN
Musical Malware found. Exploits a Java Midi vulnerability. More here: inREVERSE
Java & Search: Lucene / Solr / ElasticSearch
Terrier is a mature alternative to Lucene. Long Features list. Clean and easy to read codebase. Terrier IR Platform – Homepage
Changing Bits: Visualizing Lucene’s segment merges http://t.co/oY3UbqP
Why Jetwick moved from Solr to ElasticSearch? Why Jetwick moved from Solr to ElasticSearch?
Solandra supports adding Solr cores to the cluster at runtime, and virtual cores when you want many indexes per core ManagingCores – GitHub