Okay, so figure 2.1 of the couch db book says that consistency isn’t a goal of CouchDB. So my prior post worrying about the fact that there are no foreign keys or FK constraints, etc., could result in inconsistent statement isn’t something I should worry about. Instead, I should expect that data from the database […]
One of the things I am trying to figure out with couchdb is how to structure data so that it can’t be internally inconsistent, what is that, normalized, I guess. So suppose I have Caltrans District, County, and City. All of which are cleanly delimited, etc etc. In a relational database, I’d enforce consistency by […]
Blog stats are funny. My incomplete and possibly incorrect posting for my original diamond lace hat is by far the most popular thing I’ve written (popular being a relative term, with only like 300 views). Looking at the stats, it is mostly one off google searches for diamond lace knitted in the round, etc. etc. […]
Update Mar 2014…my server went offline, so no pics. I hope to fix that soon. I was scanning my stats in this new WordPress world, and noticed that my older, incomplete post on diamond lace knitted in the round for a little hat has a lot of hits. Whatever, must be from ravelry users…
I was working on Sakai help yesterday and decided that using CouchDB might be the way to go if I ever got some time to try to replace Sakai’s default help system.