Re: Tracker, Zeitgeist, Couchdb...where is the problem ?

On Wed, 2009-08-19 at 15:50 +0100, John Carr wrote:

> >  CouchDB is also a storage but with a different philosophy. The nicest part
> > is the synchronization... but maybe we could "wrap" tracker in a similar
> > code to allow the online replication. This is just a wild guess.
> I think its possible - here is a little something i've been hacking up
> on my train to work for couch pulling from tracker:

very nice work

its great to see we can take advantage of all three technologies and
integrate them seamlessly

i also think there is some mileage in using couchdb as the primary store
and just have tracker index that. one of the strengths of couchdb is its
mvcc architecture which means its completely corruption proof as updates
are always appended to the db and therefore cannot cause corruption of
existing data. that in itself makes it an excellent storage medium and
with all querying left to tracker and sqlite you can get the best of


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