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What is Quaere?
Quaere is an extensible framework that adds a querying syntax reminiscent of SQL to Java applications. Quaere allows developers to filter, enumerate and create projections over a number of collections and other queryable resources using a common, expressive syntax.
What's the deal with the odd name?
Quaere is the Latin imperative for of the word quaerere which means to seek or ask. The word is the origin for the English word query. The word is pronounced 'kwir-E''http://www.merriam-webster.com/cgi-bin/audio.pl?quaere01.wav=quaere. The project hasn't always been known by this name. During development I used the codename JUNQ (pronounced "junk").
I like the project and I'd like to contribute. What should I do?
Superb! We're an open source project and we welcome contributions. There are many things you can do to support the project; from fixing bugs, adding new features to improving the documentation. Ideas, suggestions and constructive criticism is also welcome. For more information, Get Involved!
What is Quaere's license?
The project is licensed under the terms of The Apache Software Foundation License 2.0.