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From alartin <alar...@gmail.com>
Subject Re: Node mapping question: when should I use subnode?
Date Thu, 22 Mar 2007 10:00:08 GMT

Hi Jukka,

Thanks for your reply. I wanna write a simple QnA(like yahoo answers, but
much more simpler) demo of jackrabbit. Every question have tags and user can
find questions by search box, by status(open,voting,close) or by tag. And
also, newest questions, the hottest questions(ranked by the  number of
answers),  the users with the highest scores are shown in the frontpage.
There will be a timer to calculate all the infomration above.
I am eager to hear advices from experts like you. Many thanks again.

Jukka Zitting wrote:
> Hi,
> On 3/22/07, alartin <alartin@gmail.com> wrote:
>> Many thanks to Brian. I am not sure about "I'd try to come
>> up with a way to group the my:questions nodes to avoid getting an overly
>> large set of children from a single my:qna node.". There may be ten
>> thousand
>> or more question nodes under one qna node in future. What's the way to
>> group those nodes for better performance?
> What would be the primary way of presenting the information to a user?
> You wouldn't just want to put out a linear list of all those ten
> thousand questions. If you plan to categorize the questions, then
> that's a good candidate for also the internal content model.
> Alternatively, if you're targeting a more blog-like time-based
> sequence of published questions and answers, then a year/month
> structure would probably be good. Some approaches could also organize
> the entries by author or some other characteristic piece of
> information.
> BR,
> Jukka Zitting

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