Contributing to the wiki
To help avoid spam, in common with many other ASF wikis, the Tika wiki is only editable by known accounts.
If you would like to help out with the Tika wiki, add a new page, or work on an existing one, please first create a wiki account. With that done, drop an email to the user list or the dev list with your wiki username asking for access, and generally within a few hours you'll be able to edit away from then on!
- UsingGit - Information on Tika's configuration management using Git.
- Release Process - Info on releasing Tika
- ThirdPartySonaType - A guide to staging and deploying third party jars on Sonatype OSSRH (OSS Repository Hosting) for subsequent use within Tika parser wrappers
- VirtualMachine - a virtual machine hosted by Rackspace that allows an instance of Tika Server to run for public testing. Set up by Tim Allison et al.
MIME identification design/implementation
Advanced Content Extraction with Tika - Integration
Entity Recognition Support
Named Entity Recognition (NER) support
Object Recognition (Computer Vision) support
Statistical Machine Translation
Regression Testing On the Rackspace VM
How to run tika-eval on the VM