[Sugar-devel] Call for testing and feedback: alternative Journal implementation
gonzalo at laptop.org
Thu May 10 08:05:20 EDT 2012
How compare SemanticXO journal to our actual implementation, regarding to
disk space and performance (in a xo)
On Wed, May 9, 2012 at 1:45 PM, Christophe Guéret <c.d.m.gueret at vu.nl>wrote:
> Dear all,
> A part of the project "SemanticXO" concerns the implementation of an
> alternative Journal implementation making use of the triple store backend.
> Triple store are data bases optimised to store factual information in the
> form of statements linking a subject, a property and a value. This makes
> them particularly fit to store key/value metadata, such as the one the
> Journal uses. The feature proposal for SemanticXO gives more detailled
> about what this is about:
> I've just finished removing a couple of bugs and would be interested in
> getting a first round of feedback.
> The installation procedure is not super convenient but should be
> manageable anyway:
> The code is based on two parts:
> * a module "common" that allows to store arbitrary data in the triple store
> * a module "datastore" which uses "common" to store the data from the
> I'm now working on implementing other usage examples for "common". In the
> Journal, the most visible change is the possibility to browse the content
> through the SPARQL interface of the triple store. This means it is
> possible, and rather easy, to gather statistics about the activities
> performed in a class room or do backup of the metadata without having to
> interupt any other activity.
> Looking forward to your feedback, cheers,
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> Sugar-devel at lists.sugarlabs.org
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