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From Jan Lehnardt <...@apache.org>
Subject Re: The Blog
Date Tue, 10 Feb 2009 10:48:23 GMT
All, please do not respond to this mail.

Cheers
Jan
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On 10 Feb 2009, at 11:39, Mister Donut wrote:

> Anyway, I won't post anymore. Apparently it's like Ruby on Rails,
> superiority and if you don't like it, then leave. So, good luck. (Omg
> we don't want you anyway, lololol!)
>
> I found this poking around the interwebs, following some blogs, found
> a few entries, and here I was. The wiki left me confusing because a
> lot of it is not yet done (Yes I know you are not done yet).
>
> Two users shared two projects, which I am really thankful for, they
> showed me how you could make use of CouchDBs features (funnily enough,
> neither of them was a web application).
>
>> which just uses a limited feature set of CouchDB doesn't
>> mean they don't get it.
>
> Well I wasn't here to find out what you can just as well with anything
> else that allows you to store and retrieve.
>
>> Not sure what you exactly propose, but streaming
>> the view result to the client and cutting at a date
>> where the month marker bumps to 10 seems pretty
>> reasonable to get this into two buckets.
>
> A view that gives you the Jan-Nov documents in the first group, and
> Nov-Dec in the second one.
>
>> Run a cronjob that does the roll-up for you periodically and use  
>> single
>> docs in the meantime that can be later deleted.
>
> How does it integrate with replication?
>
> Anyway. Haha...
>


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