couchdb-user mailing list archives

Site index · List index
Message view « Date » · « Thread »
Top « Date » · « Thread »
From Jason Smith <...@apache.org>
Subject Re: Unsolicited email from CouchBase
Date Fri, 30 Aug 2013 13:25:37 GMT
If you have signed up for Iris Couch, then Couchbase has your email address
and name. See the Iris Couch policy here:
http://www.iriscouch.com/policy(search for "privacy" or "couchbase").


On Fri, Aug 30, 2013 at 7:45 PM, Andru Vallance <andru@tinymighty.com>wrote:

> Just wondering - has anyone else on this list been receiving unsolicited
> marketing emails from Greg McFarlane at CouchBase? I've never signed up to
> anything from them, and since I'm only just dipping my toes into the waters
> of CouchDB, my participation on this list is pretty much my only active
> engagement with the CouchDB community - for now at least :)
>
> In response to the first email (below) I   where my details were obtained
> but have received no response until today I got a "follow up" message which
> made no mention of my request.
>
> This time I'm just clicking the unsubscribe button but it doesn't seem
> particularly cool to me to be harvesting emails from an apache list for
> marketing purposes in the first place, so I wanted to see if anyone else
> had been stung.
>
> Andru
>
> Hello Andru,
>
> Couchbase is the leading NoSQL database helping hundreds of companies,
> including Zynga, Orbitz, and TuneWiki deploy applications with a
> schemaless, distributed data tier. Our database provides consistent high
> performance, a flexible data model, easy scalability, and "always-on"
> operation.
>
> I'd like to have a quick 5 minute call with you to explore whether
> Couchbase would be a good fit for Tinymighty. Do you have any availability
> in the next two weeks?
>
>
> Hello Andru,
>
> Just wanted to check back in. Couchbase is the schemaless NoSQL document
> database used by many companies includingSalesforce.com<http://salesforce.com/>,
> McGraw-Hill and Thomson Reuters. It provides consistent high performance, a
> flexible data model, it's easily scalable, and it's always on 24x7x365.
>
> Do you have time for a brief 5-minute call to discuss use-cases and
> determine if Couchbase would be a good fit for Tinymighty?
>
> Thanks and regards,
> Greg
>
> Greg McFarlane
> Account Development
> Couchbase, Inc.
> greg@couchbase.com
>
>

Mime
  • Unnamed multipart/related (inline, None, 0 bytes)
View raw message