Welcome to Nutch!
- 14 August 2009 - Lucene at US ApacheCon
- 23 March 2009 - Apache Nutch 1.0 Released
- 09 February 2009 - Lucene at ApacheCon Europe 2009 in Amsterdam
- 2 April 2007: Nutch 0.9 Released
- 24 September 2006: Nutch 0.8.1 Released
- 25 July 2006: Nutch 0.8 Released
- 31 March 2006: Nutch 0.7.2 Released
- 1 October 2005: Nutch 0.7.1 Released
- 17 August 2005: Nutch 0.7 Released
- June 2005: Nutch graduates from Incubator
- January 2005: Nutch Joins Apache Incubator
- September 2004: Creative Commons launches Nutch-based Search
- September 2004: Oregon State University switches to Nutch
14 August 2009 - Lucene at US ApacheCon
ApacheCon US is once again in the Bay Area and Lucene is coming along for the ride! The Lucene community has planned two full days of talks, plus a meetup and the usual bevy of training. With a well-balanced mix of first time and veteran ApacheCon speakers, the Lucene track at ApacheCon US promises to have something for everyone. Be sure not to miss:
- Lucene Boot Camp - A two day training session, Nov. 2nd & 3rd
- Solr Day - A one day training session, Nov. 2nd
Thursday, Nov. 5th
- Introduction to the Lucene Ecosystem - Grant Ingersoll @ 9:00
- Lucene Basics and New Features - Michael Busch @ 10:00
- Apache Solr: Out of the Box - Chris Hostetter @ 14:00
- Introduction to Nutch - Andrzej Bialecki @ 15:00
- Lucene and Solr Performance Tuning - Mark Miller @ 16:30
Friday, Nov. 6th
- Implementing an Information Retrieval Framework for an Organizational Repository - Sithu D Sudarsan @ 9:00
- Apache Mahout - Going from raw data to Information - Isabel Drost @ 10:00
- MIME Magic with Apache Tika - Jukka Zitting @ 11:30
- Building Intelligent Search Applications with the Lucene Ecosystem - Ted Dunning @ 14:00
- Realtime Search - Jason Rutherglen @ 15:00
23 March 2009 - Apache Nutch 1.0 Released
The 1.0 release of Nutch is now available. This release includes several major feature improvements such as new indexing framework, new scoring framework, Apache Solr integration just to mention a few. See list of changes made in this version. The release is available here.
09 February 2009 - Lucene at ApacheCon Europe 2009 in Amsterdam
Lucene will be extremely well represented at ApacheCon EU 2009 in Amsterdam, Netherlands this March 23-27, 2009:
- Lucene Boot Camp - A two day training session, March 23 & 24th
- Solr Boot Camp - A one day training session, March 24th
- Introducing Apache Mahout - Grant Ingersoll. March 25th @ 10:30
- Lucene/Solr Case Studies - Erik Hatcher. March 25th @ 11:30
- Advanced Indexing Techniques with Apache Lucene - Michael Busch. March 25th @ 14:00
- Apache Solr - A Case Study - Uri Boness. March 26th @ 17:30
- Best of breed - httpd, forrest, solr and droids - Thorsten Scherler. March 27th @ 17:30
- Apache Droids - an intelligent standalone robot framework - Thorsten Scherler. March 26th @ 15:00
2 April 2007: Nutch 0.9 Released
The 0.9 release of Nutch is now available. This is the second release of Nutch based entirely on the underlying Hadoop platform. This release includes several critical bug fixes, as well as key speedups described in more detail at Sami Siren's blog. See list of changes made in this version. The release is available here.
24 September 2006: Nutch 0.8.1 Released
The 0.8.1 release of Nutch is now available. This is a maintenance release to 0.8 branch fixing many serous bugs found in version 0.8. See list of changes made in this version. The release is available here.
25 July 2006: Nutch 0.8 Released
31 March 2006: Nutch 0.7.2 Released
1 October 2005: Nutch 0.7.1 Released
17 August 2005: Nutch 0.7 Released
June 2005: Nutch graduates from Incubator
Nutch has now graduated from the Apache incubator, and is now a Subproject of Lucene.
January 2005: Nutch Joins Apache Incubator
Nutch is a two-year-old open source project, previously hosted at Sourceforge and backed by its own non-profit organization. The non-profit was founded in order to assign copyright, so that we could retain the right to change the license. We have now determined that the Apache license is the appropriate license for Nutch and no longer require the overhead of an independent non-profit organization. Nutch's board of directors and its developers were both polled and supported the move to the Apache foundation.
September 2004: Creative Commons launches Nutch-based Search
Creative Commons unveiled a beta version of its search engine, which scours the web for text, images, audio, and video free to re-use on certain terms a search refinement offered by no other company or organization.
See the Creative Commons Press Release for more details.
September 2004: Oregon State University switches to Nutch
Oregon State University is converting its searching infrastructure from Googletm to the open source project Nutch. The effort to replace the Googletm will realize significant cost savings for Oregon State University, while promoting both the Nutch Search Engine and transparency in search engine use and management.
For more details see the announcement by OSU's Open Source Lab.