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Weekly CouchDB meeting – summary

  • Bigcouch Merge: work on branches has started again and will make good progress
  • rcouch Merge: code reviews have been restarted; more help with testing is needed; discussion around Windows support, will be continued on Dev-Mailing list
  • Advocate Hub: onboarding at the moment, next steps will be sent to marketing mailing list soon
  • 1.6.0 release: release candidate 3 (rc3) is being prepared now
  • COUCHDB-1986: the issue is being investigated, will be updated soon if its status changes

Major Discussions

1.6.0 changelog review (see thread)

A discussion around what exactly should be included in 1.6.0 (see changelog and documentation for details).

Handling the Welcome Request (see thread)

How to handle the welcome message that appears from a root request and direct the "/" request to another URL (setup: version 1.5 on a Windows machine).

authentication_redirect is not working (see thread)

How to handle the redirection of users after login to other databases that service page requests (and avoid errors; setup: public application with CouchDB-based authentication).

Vote: Release Apache CouchDB 1.6.0 rc2 (see thread)

The vote was aborted because of an issue brought up by the test suite.

Modeling Relationships and providing Transactional Integrity (see thread; ongoing discussion)

… and the question if _bulk_docs is transactional (hint: it's not)

Releases in the CouchDB Universe


Use Cases, Questions and Answers

Get involved!

If you want to get into working on CouchDB:

  • rcouch Merge: Erlang hackers and CouchDB users, we need your help with testing and review of the rcouch merge. It's easy! Find the how-to in this post.
  • Here's a list of beginner tickets around our currently ongoing Fauxton-implementation. If you have any questions or need help, don't hesitate to contact us in the couchdb-dev IRC room (#couchdb-dev) – Garren (garren) and Sue (deathbear) are happy to help.
  • You want join us for the updates of CouchDB-Python for Python 3? Take a look at issue 231.

We'd be happy to have you!


Job opportunities for people with CouchDB skills

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