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Subject [Couchdb Wiki] Update of "BoardReportNovember2008" by ChrisAnderson
Date Sat, 08 Nov 2008 16:01:49 GMT
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  CouchDB is a distributed document-oriented database system written in Erlang. The project
entered incubation on February 12th, 2008.
  
- Since the last report in August, we released CouchDB version 0.8.1. We are currently collecting
feedback for a 0.9.0 release since trunk has gotten some significant additions (faster b-tree
operations, authentication for Futon, the admin interface, improvements for building CouchDB
on BSD and Solaris systems, support for massive amounts of databases on a single node, improved
binary attachment handling, mutli-key-get and include-docs options for views).
+ Since the last report in August, we released CouchDB version 0.8.1. We are currently collecting
feedback for a 0.9.0 release since trunk has gotten some significant additions:
  
+  * faster b-tree operations
+  * authentication for Futon, the admin interface
+  * improvements for building CouchDB on BSD and Solaris systems
+  * support for massive numbers of databases on a single node
+  * improved binary attachment handling
+  * multi-key-get and include-docs options for views
+ 
+ An initial version of CouchDB's security model is also in the works for the 0.9 release.
+ 
- The project added J Chris Anderson (jchris) to the list of (of now five) committers with
the approval of the IPMC. A few patches that lead to new features were contributed by non-committers.
General feedback, interest and support in and of CouchDB continues to grow.
+ The project added J Chris Anderson (jchris) to the list of (now five) committers with the
approval of the IPMC. A few patches that lead to new features were contributed by non-committers.
General feedback, interest and support in and of CouchDB continues to grow.
  
  The project is currently asking the IPMC to recommend CouchDB's graduation to the Board.
  

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