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From Noah Slater <>
Subject Re: CouchDB Weekly News May 1 are ready for feedback
Date Thu, 01 May 2014 14:58:28 GMT
Woo, thanks Lena!

An unfortunate side effect of moving this to the list is that the list
strips HTML. Lena, how would you feel about preparing these as gists?
That allows editing, forking, diffing, etc, as well as formatting the
HTML so we can preview.

I can post in a short while. :)

On 1 May 2014 15:47, Lena Reinhard <> wrote:
> Thanks, everyone, for the great feedback, that's encouraging!
> There are no guidelines yet, perhaps one day it could make sense to add some, I'm happy
to help figure this out.
> This was also just the draft to be posted on the blog. Would anyone of you have time
to post it?
>> On 01.05.2014, at 15:09, Adam Kocoloski <> wrote:
>> Thanks Lena! Looks like a *lot* of news this week. That's awesome, but are there
guidelines for how much is too much, particularly when it comes to email? The lack of formatting
can make it hard to distinguish sections, etc. I know I found myself glossing over a few bits
when I first scanned it this morning. Best,
>> Adam
>>> On May 1, 2014, at 5:46 AM, Alexander Shorin <> wrote:
>>>> On Thu, May 1, 2014 at 1:33 PM, Jan Lehnardt <> wrote:
>>>>> On 01 May 2014, at 09:56 , Lena Reinhard <>
>>>>> Suddenly, it doesn't handles system metrics for
>>>>> CouchDB process which will be added soon
>>>> I’d change that to:
>>>> “It doesn’t handle system metrics for the CouchDB process yet, but that
will be added soon”
>>> +1. and this project was in previous issue, so thanks for mention it
>>> there twice (:
>>> Also, if we'll try to use munin, skyline and oculus to monitor
>>> CouchDB, there is one chain missed:
>>> since skyline gathers data from statsd, while oculus imports data from
>>> skyline to elasticsearch
>>> But anyway, all these details are better to describe in our wiki. Both
>>> projects are worth to be mention and hope that people figure out how
>>> to use them before we provide the instructions against CouchDB (:
>>> --
>>> ,,,^..^,,,

Noah Slater

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