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From Randall Leeds <>
Subject Re: Couchdb
Date Sun, 18 Mar 2012 20:37:38 GMT
On Sat, Mar 17, 2012 at 14:01, Mike Coolin <> wrote:

> Hi Randall,
>  My Jira user name is mcoolin, that who I am on as in IRC.
>  Please add me to the wiki editor list.

Done! Have at it!

>  Thanks Mike
> ----- Original Message -----
> From: Randall Leeds
> Sent: 03/16/12 11:42 PM
> To:
> Subject: Re: Couchdb
>  On Thu, Mar 15, 2012 at 11:37, Mike Coolin <> wrote: >
> Hello, > > Been doing alot of reading and experimenting with couchdb lately
> and will > be using it in a few of my upcoming projects. > > I must say I
> find the project exciting and unique from any other > offerings. For me it
> seems like the perfect fit. > > I've also been reading and listening about
> the couchdb and couchbase > confusion, I have to say that initially it was
> confusing but a little > deeper reading of both web sies it was obvious at
> least to me these are > differing products. > Great. I'm glad to hear it!
> Welcome! > > The couchDB website and wiki do need a refreshing, and some
> indication of > direction would be nice to. I find that some of the new
> feature in 1.2 when > I found them could be very exciting. > It sounds like
> Noah has something up his sleeve for a simultaneous website refresh with
> the 1.2 release. I think we just resolved the final bug report blocking the
> next vote, so we're moving on
>  that. > > I've been looking through the source code getting a better
> understanding > of how things work and learning erlang. Would love to know
> how I could help > out on this project. > > My two cents > Mike > As you
> pointed out, the wiki is always in need of love. If you sign up and reply
> with your user name, I can add you to the contributor group so that you can
> make edits. Unfortunately, we got tired of reverting spam so we have this
> (very simple) barrier. Another way to get started in the code is to check
> out the unresolved issues. Currently we categorize the issues by
> approximate skill level and/or code base familiarity. Here are the open
> issues marked for new contributors (warning: long URL):
you submit patches for any of those issues I will eagerly
>  and happily review them. And of course, join us in #couchdb and/or
> #couchdb-dev on freenode and introduce yourself if you haven't yet. -Randall

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