Weekly CouchDB meeting – (summary)
- BigCouch Merge: huge progress has been made, the testing and bug fixing are going on. JS tests are passing against the single node interface.
- an intro to BigCouch for CouchDB users which shows the basics will be created
- discussions around tooling for l18n for documentation and l10n for Fauxton will be started so that these topics can be moved forward
- Fauxton: a list of release-blocking bugs for Fauxton to replace Futon in CouchDB 2.0 will be compiled
- Next CouchDB Releases:
- 1.6.1 will be released to fix the password hashing issue (see details in this thread)
- 1.7 will then include the deprecation; the intent is that 1.7.x becomes an LTS for CouchDB
- Bylaws, Code of Conduct, Diversity Statement: these documents are now all official, the Code of Conduct and Diversity Statement will be gotten into SVN this week, a minor cleanup can now start on the mailing list
Vote: CouchDB Code of Conduct & Diversity Statement (see thread)
The vote passed.
Apache CouchDB Board Report (see thread)
The Board Report for August is out, you’ll find it here.
Releases in the CouchDB Universe
- PouchDB 3.0.0 has been released
- A functions collection for R and CouchDB interaction
- node-couchdb-mover 0.1.10 – moves documents from one DB to another in CouchDB
- couch-web 1.0.2 – a boilerplate for CouchDB webapps
- pouchdb-validation 1.1.6 – a PouchDB plug-in that allows you to re-use your CouchDB validate_doc_update functions on the client side
- highland-couchr 1.2.1 – Highland streams style API to CouchDB, using couchr under the hood
- couchdb-cli 0.0.2 – CouchDB tools for dump view, replicate data
- achilles-couchdb 0.4.5 – CouchDB adapter for Achilles
Opinions and other News in the CouchDB Universe
- Tutorial: Installing CouchDB on the Raspberry Pi; there’s also a Wiki page for it
- The Future of the npm Website: Let’s Map this Road!
Use Cases, Questions and Answers
- Stack Overflow: Get users rank from CouchDB
- Stack Overflow: How to add standalone attachment to a document in CouchDB using Curl?
- Stack Overflow: Is it possible to post data to CouchDB and return data?
- Stack Overflow: Chained map/reduce in CouchDB
- Stack Overflow: How Erlang access huge shared data structures like BTree in CouchDB
- Stack Overflow: Multiple image attachments to CouchDB (nano) with Node.js Express 4.0 & formidable
- Stack Overflow: CouchDB size management
no public answer yet:
- Stack Overflow: How to delete docs in CouchDB
- Stack Overflow: CouchDB: Controlling which shard receives data
For more new questions and answers about CouchDB, see these search results.
If you want to get into working on CouchDB:
- We have an infinite number of open contributor positions on CouchDB. Submit a pull request and join the project!
- Do you want to help moving the CouchDB docs translation forward? We’d love to have you in our L10n team! See our current status and languages we’d like to provide CouchDB docs in on this page. If you’d like to help, don’t hesitate to contact the L10n mailing list on email@example.com or ping Andy Wenk (awenkhh on IRC).
We’d be happy to have you!
- Past Event: August 12, Hamburg, Germany – CouchDB Meetup: Event recap from Klaus Trainer:
- “We mainly discussed PouchDB and its new pluggable backend architecture that has been enabled through the LevelUp project. We realized that this makes it very easy to connect many different data storage backends via the CouchDB replication protocol, which takes us a major step forward when it comes to establishing it as a standard protocol for data replication over HTTP.”
- August 14, Berlin, Germany – Time to relax! CouchDB Hack Night
- August 23, FrOSCon, Bonn, Germany – lecture: A CouchDB replication endpoint in PHP
- November 17-21, Budapest, Hungary – ApacheCon EU 2014
Job opportunities for people with CouchDB skills
Time to relax!
- “But you can’t solve or let go of problems if you don’t allow yourself time to think about them. It’s an imperative ignored by our culture, which values doing more than thinking and believes answers are in the palm of your hand rather than in your own head.” – No Time to Think
- “When was the last time you consciously left your comfort zone entirely to challenge the unexpected, the unpredictable, the unfamiliar territory, to confront yourself with an entirely new set of complex problems — and find just the right solution for them?” – 5:26am