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From "Ben Standefer (JIRA)" <j...@apache.org>
Subject [jira] Issue Comment Edited: (CASSANDRA-873) Create a Cassandra demo application
Date Thu, 25 Mar 2010 19:47:27 GMT

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Ben Standefer edited comment on CASSANDRA-873 at 3/25/10 7:46 PM:
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Also, the MoinMoin wiki (what the ASF and Cassandra use as their wiki engine) is another GSOC
project that is a good candidate for Cassandra work.  One of their top projects is to have
better item metadata indexing and search.  You could probably propose working on this type
of project to Apache/Cassandra or MoinMoin.  We know the ASF would like to have a better wiki
(Cassandra's is kind of slow as you may notice) with improved searching and filtering options
and performance.  The ASF runs the same MoinMoin instance for a lot of the ASF projects, so
this would have a big impact, make the ASF happy, and get you some good Cassandra/Python experience.

http://moinmo.in/GoogleSoc2010
http://moinmo.in/GoogleSoc2010/InitialProjectIdeas

      was (Author: aguynamedben):
    Also, the MoinMoin wiki (what the ASF and Cassandra use as their wiki engine) is another
GSOC project that is a good candidate for Cassandra work.  One of their top projects is to
have better item metadata indexing and search.  You could probably propose working on this
type of project to Apache/Cassandra or MoinMoin.  We know the ASF would like to have a better
wiki (Cassandra's is kind of slow as you may notice) with improved searching and filtering
options and performance.  The ASF runs the same MoinMoin instance for a lot of the ASF projects,
so this would have a big impact, make the ASF happy, and get you some good Cassandra/Python
experience.
  
> Create a Cassandra demo application
> -----------------------------------
>
>                 Key: CASSANDRA-873
>                 URL: https://issues.apache.org/jira/browse/CASSANDRA-873
>             Project: Cassandra
>          Issue Type: Task
>            Reporter: Jonathan Ellis
>            Priority: Minor
>
> http://twissandra.com/ is a demo Cassandra application built on django + pycassa.  It's
a great Cassandra showcase and very useful for people learning Cassandra.  We could use more
of those.
> Jake Luciani suggested one that presents full-text search of Wikipedia using Lucandra
(see http://blog.sematext.com/2010/02/09/lucandra-a-cassandra-based-lucene-backend/ and http://github.com/tjake/Lucandra).
 Feel free to propose other application ideas here.
> Rackspace is willing to provide a VM to deploy on for a live demo, but remember, to be
really useful this needs full DIY instructions, the final product is not the demo but the
code + instructions.

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