[hibernate-dev] [HSEARCH] Google Summer of Code: JSR 352 batch job for re-indexing entities

Gunnar Morling gunnar at hibernate.org
Tue Aug 23 04:00:24 EDT 2016

Hey Mincong,

Many thanks for your fantastic GSoC contribution and also the nice blog

You did an excellent job during the program; it has been a pleasure to work
with you on technical as well as personal terms. The remaining issues
should not be too hard to address, so the JSR 352 job may be merged as a
module into the core HSEARCH code base hopefully very soon.

I'm very happy to hear that you'll stay around and am looking forward very
much to your future contributions for finishing up the batch job and
whatever of the projects you'd like to work on. Just let me/us know in case
you want to discuss any specific issues and get started with something.

Emmanuel, many thanks for helping out during my PTO!

Mincong, kudos again and all the best,


2016-08-22 20:20 GMT+02:00 Mincong Huang <mincong.h at gmail.com>:

> Hi everyone,
> I’m Mincong, an engineering student from France. I’m glad to present my
> Google Summer of Code 2016 project, which provides an alternative
> to the current mass indexer implementation of Hibernate Search, using
> the Java Batch architecture (JSR 352). I’ve been working on this project
> for 4 months. You can see the blog post in the below link:
> http://in.relation.to/2016/08/22/new-implementation-of-mass-
> indexer-using-jsr-352/
> I want to express to each of you my heartfelt thanks.
> My mentor, Gunnar Morling for his involvement, advice and availability
> throughout the project. He’s always well-prepared before the next meeting
> and understand the context quickly. His advices are concise and very
> useful. I highly recommend him as a mentor for any other GSoC students.
> My mentor, Emmanuel. He's my second mentor during the holiday of
> Gunnar. He did a great job too. We’ve 2 physical meetups at Paris and he
> brought many advices in the persistence side, which ensures the code
> quality and introduces some new algorithms for the project.
> All the members of Hibernate Search. It was a fantastic and rewarding
> experience. I'll stay with you and contribute more source code to this
> project and probably other projects of hibernate.
> Best regards,
> Mincong Huang

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