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Hi again! Here are the topics of this week's CouchDB Weekly News: 
- Major discussions: Windows build, chunked transfer-encoding capability of HTTP/1.1, questions regarding npm releases and the ASF/ASF releases and CouchRest
- Many releases and updates in the CouchDB and PouchDB universe
- couchdbkit feature in NoSQL, Bradley Holt at OS Convention
- Use Case – CouchDB Statistics and many questions for CouchDB and PouchDB users on Stack Overflow
- CouchDB meetup in Boston (August 4th) – Call For Speakers still up!
- Jobs and your weekly bit of relaxation …
Major Discussions Windows build failing on couch_ejson_compare.c (see thread) As reported in the previous Weekly News, there was a problem with the Windows build blocked by khash NIF (see thread). ...
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ZingChart

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Need to visualize your data from CouchDB? 

We put together a demo repo that shows how easy it is to drop ZingChart into your project and get visualizations up and running with CouchDB data. #couchdb   #javascript   #dataviz  
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Here are the CouchDB Weekly News.

This week:
- CouchDB 2.0 progress
- Use cases for Android, https reverse proxy replication, utc_id behavior
- Subscribe to CouchDB Weekly News and Blog updates via mail
- Events and job opportunities
- releases in the CouchDB and PouchDB universe 
- and as always, some time to relax on the weekend!
Major Discussions 2.0 progress (see thread) A list of missing features and suggestions. Feedback is very welcome. CouchDB questions (or why use a document-based database) (see thread) A new user to...
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Hey all! Here we are again with a fresh issue of the CouchDB Weekly News.
This week's main topics:
- CouchDB 2.0 and ApacheConEU
- News: nmo, a new tool to manage CouchDB clusters, Fauxton 1.0.3 and other releases
- Events: Open Tech School CouchDB meetup & workshop 
- Blogs writing about CouchDB and a lot of questions, use cases, jobs and as always, an extensive time to relax!!!
CouchDB Weekly Meeting (see summary) CouchDB 2.0 status: Benchmark test suite results needed – measurement tools, e.g. work2, tsung, locust.io, will be further investigated. CORS support for chttpd...
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Hi there - the new CouchDB Weekly News is out. This week's highlights:
CouchDB website redesign, great insights on "promises" and how Drupal 8 syncs with CouchDB and more news, use cases, jobs from and for the CouchDB universe... 
All this on the blog!
Major Discussions Transfer of replication.io (see thraed) It has been discussed how to transfer the domain from IBM to ASF infra. CouchDB website After some contributors teamed up to redesign the C...
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Get your latest update on community discussions, releases, job opportunities & more: the CouchDB Weekly News is out! http://blog.couchdb.org/2015/03/26/couchdb-weekly-news-march-26-2015/
Major Discussions GitHub Pull Requests merging policy (SEE THREAD) Ongoing discussion of approaches and processes for merging Pull Requests on GitHub. Vote: Import docker-couchdb (SEE THREAD) The v...
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Alexander Shorin
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We are Neighbourhoodie Software and we specialise in web application development and consulting.
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We’re happy to welcome new committers, present the most important topics from the last CouchDB Meeting, show you some nice new releases and present to you content from CouchDB Day in Hamburg – all in one post: the latest CouchDB Weekly News is out! 
CouchDB Weekly Meeting (see summary) CouchDB Day Hamburg: photos from the event will be shared on Flickr (update after the meeting: the photos can be found here) Packaging CouchDB 2.0: the first PR...
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Here's to our brief, curated updates from the community, for the community: the latest CouchDB Weekly News is out! 
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It's time for the CouchDB Weekly News! Latest news from my community, as well as discussions, Q&A, upcoming events and more – get yourself updated about CouchDB here:
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Apache CouchDB™ is a database that uses JSON for documents, JavaScript for MapReduce queries, and regular HTTP for an API.
 
Good Thursday everyone, these are the CouchDB Weekly News:
- Major discussions: Welcome nano to ASF and Windows built is blocked by khash NIF
- releases like nano-option 1.0.0
- a webcast recorded from Erlang webinar on CouchDB and IBM Cloud
- a lot of questions and use cases for CouchDB and PouchDB, like a tutorial on how to install CouchDB with Ubuntu 15.04
- Johannes Jörg Schmidt is official new CouchDB committer
- CouchDB meetup in Hamburg tonight! and in Boston on August 4th
- job opportunities and more events and a lot of relaxation … :)
Major Discussions Welcome nano to the ASF! :) (see thread) nmo is now a subproject of CouchDB, like nano. nmo is a cli client for managing CouchDB 2.0 clusters. See here for the code location and t...
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Here are the CouchDB Weekly News. This week:

- CouchDB 2.0 build script
- IP Clearance
- Various use cases and discussions (e.g. as to use CouchDB with HTTPS)
- “Dockerized CouchDB” and more releases.
- CouchDB Meetup in Hamburg to come. 
- and as always, some time to relax on the weekend!
Major Discussions The new 2.0 build tools just landed in master (see thread) A CouchDB 2.0 build script, that started in February 11th, was merged June 24th. A major rework was started last week ma...
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Hi, there. Here we go with the CouchDB Weekly News for you. Main topics this week:

- User interview videos by Cloudant featuring CouchDB
- Events: Open Tech School CouchDB workshop on Saturday, rsvp still open
- Extensive NoSQL Report featuring CouchDB 
- lots of releases in the CouchDB and PouchDB universe and even more
- questions and use cases via stack overflow, 
- jobs and as always, some time to relax on the weekend!
Major Discussions Cloudant videos discussing CouchDB (see thread) How to use user interviews featuring CouchDB such as the videos by Cloudant and Dimagi (full list): Dimagi's data requirements for ...
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Hello again with the CouchDB Weekly News.

This week: Great marketing efforts at CouchDB a plugin proposal, releases in the CouchDB and PouchDB universe, use cases, jobs and a lot of time to relax!

Read more on the blog: 
CouchDB Weekly Meeting (see summary) Fauxton: active tasks will be finished soon with being moved from backbone to react. Work on wizard-ticket – a cli client for _setup and an Erlang patch, which ...
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Vote on the new CouchDB Logo, releases, use cases and apps built with CouchDB & AngularJS, as well as events, job opportunities and content for some relaxing time: the CouchDB Weekly News is out! http://blog.couchdb.org/2015/04/08/couchdb-weekly-news-april-08-2015/
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Submissions for the new CouchDB Logo are open, couchperuser codebase has been accepted – plus many more community news, releases, job opportunities for people with CouchDB skills and more great content: the CouchDB Weekly News is out 
Major Discussions Notice: Submissions for the new CouchDB logo are open (SEE THREAD) As announced, there will be a vote for a new logo for CouchDB soon. All submissions so far, minus the ones that ...
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Santanu Sen

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I was recently working on a .NET project that uses CouchDB v 1.6.1 as its database. As part of this project, we created this library to abstract away the HTTP requests to a CouchDB. It is a work in progress, but the methods available should be sufficient for CRUD operations on a CouchDB database. 

https://github.com/nestas-santanu/CouchDBLibrary

#csharp  
CouchDBLibrary - A CouchDB library in C#
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Alexander Shorin
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#Drupal 8 uses #CouchDB replication protocol. What the news!
Moving content between different environments is a need for many big companies that have a Drupal site and content that should be created, reviewed, edited and published on different environments. Although Drupal 8 is not yet released, a content staging solution is already in the works. Dick Olsson (dixon_ on drupal.org) and I are working on this solution together and we aim to release an alpha version soon.
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Alexander Shorin
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Version 0.2.0 is out.
FlyCouchDB is a clojure migration tool for Apache CouchDB inspired in what Flywaydb does for a relational database.

And why would I need a migration tool for a flexible/schemaless database? because even if your database is schemaless that doesn't mean that there's no schema or structure in your data:

"Usually when you're talking to a database you want to get some specific pieces of data out of it: I'd like the price, I'd like the quantity, I'd like the customer. As soon as you are doing that what you are doing is setting up an implicit schema. You are assuming that an order has a price field. You are assuming tha is called 'price', not cost, or 'price to customer' or whatever. That implicit schema is still in place and you've got to manage that implicit schema in many ways in a similar approach that you manage the relational database." From Introduction to NoSQL by Martin Fowler.

FlyCouchDB helps you maintaining an ordered migration list, allowing you to forget which migration has been run in a certain server. Just run the migrations and FlyCouchDB would start running from last ran migration: no mistakes, no migrations applied twice, no problems! Your data would be always in the state that you want, so you also can forget about adding hacks in your code depending if that field exist or not!
flycouchdb - Migration tool for CouchDB
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