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SirixDB Roadmap 🎃🎉

johanneslichtenberger profile image Johannes Lichtenberger ・1 min read

Hi all,

as some of you work on stuff during #Hacktoberfest for SirixDB -- a versioned, temporal NoSQL document store -- I put up a short ROADMAP with some high level goals I want to achieve in the near and probably not so near future. I'll add stuff in the upcoming days.

Of course I'd love to get input from you, the community and everything is up for discussion 👩‍💻👨‍💻

Every contribution is more than welcome or any kind of discussion, bugs you might encounter, having trouble setting it up... 💚

Here's a bit more of what it's all about and I mentioned some issues: Working on a Versioned, Temporal NoSQL Document Store During Hacktoberfest

Best weekend to all of you and kind regards
Johannes

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I'm working on an Open Source temporal NoSQL document storage system called SirixDB written in Java (and a module in Kotlin) in my spare time.

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I was thinking about adding an android version of this, it could do some android specific things like: auto save to database dir, easily sync with a server, and have good space saving features.

 

Hmm, so your Android app will basically have to be able to revert its data to a previous snapshot for instance? Or would you see it as another interface for SirixDB? Hmm, but for the latter case I think with a mobile phone you might not want to compare revisions or do queries as for instance "give me what we had in stock at a specific day" and stuff like that. I'd think more about a very huge display and space filling visualizations plus queries to explore huge data sets. But I guess I'm not even thinking about some possibilities for applications based on SirixDB.

One of the main benefits I guess are audit capabilities, then how products for instance changed prices over time and things like that, simply correcting human or application errors by reverting to any past revision, comparing and exploring revisions of large data sets...

This is also an inspiring article. Or from AzureDB.

Have a great weekend 👍
Johannes