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From Jan Lehnardt <...@apache.org>
Subject Re: [REPORT] Apache CouchDB
Date Fri, 16 Jan 2009 23:02:53 GMT
Hi Lenz, thanks!

On 16 Jan 2009, at 23:44, lenz wrote:

> ... not sure if that helps but i had so

> me minutes time ...
> cheers
> lenz
>
> On Sat, Jan 17, 2009 at 7:33 AM, Damien Katz <damien@apache.org>  
> wrote:
>>
>> - Community
>
>
> The community around CouchDB grew in the last couple of months quite  
> a bit.
> We gain attention in early adaptor markets and can look at the first
> production grade setups running on CouchDB (iWantMyName,
> pcapr.net<http://www.pcapr.net>).
> The mailing list traffic grew and so did the number of third party  
> library
> implementations that interact with CouchDB. More and more support on  
> the
> mailing list comes from outside the core team which proves that  
> there is an
> active community growing.
> Many projects in the early adopter space start using CouchDB from  
> languages
> such as ruby, perl, python and erlang. A simple search on github  
> reveals
> around 30 projects around CouchDB.

I like the GitHub angle ;)

Cheers
Jan
--
>
>
>
>>
>>
>> This needs some stuff!
>>
>>
>> - Development
>>
>> We are now looking to release CouchDB 0.9.0 in January, our first  
>> as TLP
>> and our first BETA release .
>>
>> New features currently in trunk for 0.9.0:
>> - Security and data validation functionality
>> - View server internals re-architecture to allow the ability to  
>> quickly
>> read stale views as indexes are being updated.
>> - Multi-key view lookup enhancements
>> - Include_docs. Ability to load full documents with view rows.
>> - Btree performance improvements
>> - Faster and more compact internal JSON term format, that is also  
>> the new
>> Erlang canonical JSON term format. Additionally, when a low level  
>> JSON
>> parser is implemented in core Erlang, it is will use this format  
>> and we'll
>> gain more performance for free.
>> - Ability to run a CouchDB server right from the project source  
>> directory,
>> for development purposes
>> - Streaming attachment writes
>> - fliters for converting json documents to other formats (XML,  
>> HTML, etc)
>> - Deferred commits (optional acid) for faster update and  
>> replication speed
>>
>>
>> - Infrastructure
>>
>> We have now transfered all couchdb assets over to the final TLP  
>> locations,
>> including the couchdb.apache.org site, the mailing lists and the SVN
>> repositories.
>>


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