Welcome to the first public meeting of the OpenSearch Lucene Study Group!
Apache Lucene is the open-sourced search library that powers OpenSearch and many search applications large and small.
In this meeting, we will review recent developments in Apache Lucene and discuss their potential impact to OpenSearch, with a particular focus on new and exciting Lucene features that we can (and should) expose through OpenSearch. Since some changes require a deep dive to fully understand, we will ask participants to volunteer for “homework” to dig deeper into changes and report back for the next meeting.
- Welcome / introduction (5 minutes)
- Review assigned issues from last time (10 minutes)
- Review new Lucene changes and assign homework (20 minutes)
- Lucene learning series - someone will either present a Lucene-related talk or we will do Lucene Q&A (20 minutes, recorded)
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