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From Jonathan Porta <>
Subject Re: Couchbase trademark issues
Date Mon, 20 Feb 2012 12:23:35 GMT
Something interactive that shows off CouchDB a bit would be awesome.
Immediately, I am thinking about what I saw earlier on Redis:

I am not saying that would be the best fit or that it would be a good
idea to copy it.  Just wanting to throw out some ideas.

Jonathan Porta

On Mon, Feb 20, 2012 at 5:09 AM, Robert Newson <> wrote:
> ++++1 for a revamped The most recent change, I
> think, was mine, which simply dropped the misleading diagram in the
> top-right. Long past time for an overhaul. Who has the time and skill
> to make this happen?
> B.
> On 20 February 2012 12:02, Simon Metson <> wrote:
>> Hi,
>>> I was asking what other people feel about the issue at hand. There is
>>> obviously an issue. But how important is it and what should we do about it?
>>> Is it a short-term problem? If that's the case, community and good-will
>>> might be our tool. Or is it a long-term problem? In which case, we might
>>> want to consider other, more direct, measures.
>> I think there is a short term fix to some of these issues. As the original post says
when you go to the apache project page you "see
>> a very stale project page". I know this has come up time and again but fixing that
seems to be a fairly easy thing to do (and should be done regardless of the wider issues)
and would help alleviate some of the confusion. I appreciate the "let the code speak for itself"
response that came after Damien's departure but that only works for people already engaged
with the community. For new users (or users not so involved) it's a PR disaster IMHO. Having
a clear message about what CouchDB is and how it (doesn't) relate to Couchbase on the front
page seems necessary, and might help matters while wider issues are resolved. What needs to
be done to close that out and how can I (and others) help?
>> Also, the Hadoop guys have quite a nice page:
If we apply the same reasoning as that I'd say Damien's original post would probably fall
under inappropriate use, and Couchbase as a competing product possibly does too (c.f. "Hadooping
the motor industry")
>> Cheer
>> Simon

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