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From Rich Morin <...@cfcl.com>
Subject documents as state machines
Date Mon, 09 Feb 2009 21:51:00 GMT
At 13:20 -0800 2/9/09, Chris Anderson wrote:
> There's a lot of cool things you can do when you treat
> documents as state machines.  ...

This is a nifty topic, well worth inclusion in the book, IMHO.

I have built processing networks out of scripts and YAML files,
using generated make files to keep the outputs in sync with the
inputs.  In a CouchDB-based system, daemons (ie, bots) could be
set up to move the state of the files forward.  Whether a file
gets modified (or simply used as input) depends on the design.

-r
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