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From Alexander Shorin <>
Subject Re: Using the Erlang view server to Educate in CouchDB
Date Tue, 06 Nov 2012 02:21:21 GMT
David, you're rocks(:

By the way, I'd made first steps in documenting Erlang query server
[1], thanks Robert for pushing me into the source in previous thread(:
It looks a little poorly made for now, I just couldn't figure what
also need to write.

May I ask you and everyone to help and take a part in making CouchDB
Documentation For Great Relax?(:


On Tue, Nov 6, 2012 at 6:10 AM, david martin
<> wrote:
> On 05/11/12 01:43, Kai Griffin wrote:
>> Thanks for this entertaining & informative post, David.  Erlang is a
>> totally foreign language to me,
>> but I joined this new list hoping to rectify that situation over time,
>> and this is exactly the kind of stuff I'd like to archive for future
>> reference when I get some time to wade into it properly.
>> I think experimenting with the native query server is potentially a great
>> way to learn (and perhaps destroy a few databases along the way...).
>> Cheers,
>> Kai
> nice to see you are watching,ya!
> and learning and proselytising  , ya!.
> Erlang and OTP rules, ya!
> i like your cool tunes, ya!,
> I think we can rule-ok, ya!
> Time is of the essence, ya!,
> is'ism  is of the meaning of what really is ya!
> to rectify the def-is-ie-ncy, ya!,
> “I AM THAT I AM.”,ya!
> I'm sure you will, ya!
> davidoccam will help you , ya!
> All correspondence will be pulped ya!.

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