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From Chris Goffinet>
Subject Re: Data model names, reloaded
Date Mon, 24 Aug 2009 16:01:25 GMT
+1 I am going to agree with Jonathan. I have been quiet mostly on this  
thread, just to see how things played out. I stopped reading after  
awhile, as I feel we really need to move past this for now, and defer.  
Improving cassandra's performance, feature set and stability should be  
our focus IMHO. Right now we have features that make it difficult to  
deploy into production. Until we have those things resolved and  
working, having major user adoption isn't going to help until we get  
all of those things worked out.

On Aug 24, 2009, at 8:53 AM, Jonathan Ellis wrote:

> On Mon, Aug 24, 2009 at 10:50 AM, Toby DiPasquale< 
> > wrote:
>> That was not my intent. Evan's provided some good stuff. However, I
>> think your original post would not have incited my post if you'd
>> provided some point at which this could be re-evaluated instead of
>> implying that the subject needed to be dropped altogether. Do you  
>> have
>> a suggestion as to when this could be revisited?
> The corollary to "it's too late for 0.4" is "it's too late, period."
> Every project reaches a point past which it's no longer worth
> revisiting certain fundamental decisions.  IMO Cassandra has passed
> that point for "what do we call a Column."
> -Jonathan

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