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From Jan Lehnardt <...@apache.org>
Subject Fwd: Common Persistent Model Patterns.
Date Tue, 24 Mar 2009 17:33:34 GMT
Hi dev & user,

Roberto asked me to forward this invitation to write
about CouchDB in the context of storing persistent
data.

Cheers
Jan
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Begin forwarded message:

> From: Roberto Zicari <roberto@zicari.de>
> Date: 23 March 2009 23:01:43 GMT+01:00
> To: jan@apache.org
> Subject: Common Persistent Model Patterns.
> Reply-To: roberto@zicari.de
>
> Dear Jan,
> Here is a new project I would like to start for ODBMS.ORG, and
> where I would like to ask for your help.
>
> It is common practice that some database designers treat an
> Object Database (ODB) like a Relational Database (RDB). That is
> they are very query intensive rather than model intensive in
> their design.
>
> Some designers start with a “relational” model, and then adjust
> it to a model that is more "ODB-oriented", or closer to their
> problem domain, in order to get better results. This task is
> difficult.
>
> To help developers in their design task, ODBMS.ORG would like to
> report "common persistent model patterns for performance and/or
> scalability optimization."
>
> We therefore invite both vendors and Application architects,
> Enterprise architects, Developers who use databases to submit
> implementation techniques (database design patterns) which are
> generally useful for all adopters.
>
> The best submissions will be published in a new series of reports
> in ODBMS.ORG.  All submissions will be published under free
> software licenses.
>
> Moreover, ODBMS.ORG will give an "Award" for the most valuable
> pattern as voted by the ODBMS.ORG community.
>
> Could you please distribute this call for submissions among your
> colleagues. Also if you know of any relevant implementations that
> fits the call please send them to me.
>
> ** Submission modalities:**
> Submissions should be sent as a report in .Word or .pdf file
> only. Submissions will be considered only if indicating the name
> of the auhor(s) (or team), affiliation, complete address, and e-mail.
>
> If the submission includes some actual software, you should
> *before* contact me to verify the modality of the submission.
>
> Please send your submission by e-mail to:
> Roberto V. Zicari, editor ODBMS.ORG
> e-mail: roberto at zicari.de
>
> **  Important Dates: **
> Important Dates:
> Deadline for submissions: May 29, 2009
> Public Voting: between May 30- June 20, 2009
> Awards for the pattern which receives the highest votes: June 25, 2009
>
> ##
>
> Best Regards
>
> Roberto
>
> -----------------
> Roberto V. Zicari
> Editor ODBMS.ORG
> http://www.odbms.org
>
> ODBMS Industry Watch Blog
> Trends and Information on Object Databases, Object Persistence,
> Innovation
> http://www.odbms.org/blog/
>


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