- Check out this test branch.
- cd into the repo and ‘git checkout js-tests-on-2.0-wip’
- run ‘make clean’ if this is not the first time you build
- ‘./configure -c –disable-docs –disable-fauxton && make’
Leaving you with two options:
More context for the issue and these How-to-help-steps can to be found here (and updated here). There further evolved a discussion about using “_config” on the local port and also about using fixed test database names like ‘test_suite_db’ or instead generating a random database name for each test.
Fabric worker timeouts and availability of replicas (see thread)
Community members on the development list discuss fabric worker timeouts and the availability of replicas: Opening “a doc, a CouchDB cluster returns the document. It also returns a doc, given not all replicas (r) are available and the cluster is aware of it: if the co-ordinator knows that there are fewer than r replicas available, it returns the document with a 200.”…
Releases in the CouchDB Universe
- well-groomed-feast 5.0.0 – Voicemail Application for FreeSwitch with CouchDB back-end
- nmo 1.1.0 – A tool to manage your CouchDB cluster
- pillowfluff 0.0.5 – Map over CouchDB changes feed built to run on Pillowtop
- tuffet 1.1.1 – The only adorable CouchDB CLI tool
- database-cleaner 1.10.1 – Database Cleaner for node.js
- pouchy 3.0.1 – A simple, opinionated interface for the amazing PouchDB
- pouchdb-find 0.5.0 – adds $in, $nin, $all, $size
- angular-pouchdb 4.0.0 – adds fixes for PouchDB v5
- pouchdb-replication-stream 1.2.5 – fixes for PouchDB v5
Opinions and other News in the CouchDB Universe
- Robert Kowalski gave an insightful talk at the Hamburg React.js Meetup about how the CouchDB Fauxton team is migrating their codebase to React.js.
- The Hamburg Vaadin Meetup wants to adopt the CouchDB CoC, in order to maintain an open and positive community culture.
… and in the PouchDB Universe
- Nolan Lawson started an experiment with ES6 modules and Rollup to try to make the PouchDB bundle size smaller (see further the rollup-comparison). As this effort only saved a few kilobytes, they went for custom builds instead, which can be implemented soon.
- You’re kindly invited to help with this open “first timers” bug: Write a blog post about speedups with _bulk_get, show casing the speed boost we’re likely to see from CouchDB 2.0 and maybe comparing pouchdb-load and SocketPouch. Volunteers are very welcome!
CouchDB Use Cases, Questions and Answers
- Output of wget (to CouchDB) as array used in for-loop
- Push new data to external JSON file
- Best way to load a lot of JSON to CouchDB
no public answer yet (Stack Overflow):
- CouchDB – Mobile application architecture – Replication performance
- Managing Cloudant access through _users database
- Using Python to insert embeded documents in CouchDB
- CouchDB OS_daemon running a exe file in windows
PouchDB Use Cases, Questions and Answers
- PouchDB how to check if localDB is up-to-date with remoteDB?
- Is PouchDB an offline-client from CouchDB’s perspective?
For more new questions and answers about CouchDB, see these search results and about PouchDB, see these.
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 us with the work on the new CouchDB website? Get in touch on our new website mailing list and join the website team! – firstname.lastname@example.org
- The CouchDB advocate marketing programme is just getting started. Join us in CouchDB’s Advocate Hub!
- CouchDB has a new wiki. Help us move content from the old to the new one!
- Can you help with Web Design, Development or UX for our Admin Console? No Erlang skills required! – Get in touch with us.
- 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 welcome you on board!
- October 20, Fort Wayne (IN), US: Adventures In Ember and CouchDB
- October 27, Hamburg, Germany: CouchDB Meetup
Time to relax!
- “I think that we, as community organisers, have the power to move things for the better. We start with a passion and a vision and we pave the way to make things happen. We get the chance, that some perhaps don’t, to inspire others and to bring people that share our passion together. This is not something to be taken lightly.” – Thoughts about communities, community values and organisers
- “Reaching the goal of a diverse community is a step-by-step process. There are no shortcuts. Each step has to be complete before the next level of cultural change is effective. It’s also worth noting that each step along the way benefits all community members, not just diverse contributors.” – What makes a good community?
- “I’m learning that a lot of what makes me kind of OK (I hope!) at this dev lead thing isn’t a deep knowledge of the specific technologies that are the underpinning of the project (though it’s certainly important that I be able to find my way around). Rather, it’s my ability to ask these questions, and to hear and understand the answers, and interpret them into action.“ – Five Questions
- “‘I don’t have a concern that if I speak out about stuff that is a little bit controversial, that it’s going to have a negative effect on my job,’ Baker said. ‘That’s a privilege that I have. That’s a huge privilege. A lot of people don’t have that. Like, if they speak out, there’s a likelihood they’ll get fired. It’s a shitty thing, but it’s a real thing in their jobs, for other people. I don’t have that, so I’m going to make use of that privilege. This needs to be talked about, so we’re going to talk about it. It’s going to be a topic — I’m going to make it one.’ Also, if companies really want to know how their diversity efforts are going, they should reach out to black women, Baker said.” – Slack Engineer Erica Baker: Diversity Efforts Need To Extend Beyond Gender
… and also in the news
- Open source projects are much more than code. They’re about building and maintaining a community of users and contributors. Here’s a basic checklist of how!
- And the Web Developer Checklist, too.
- “Feedback Loops” XD