[open-literature] Open Correspondence - changes and developments
rufus.pollock at okfn.org
Fri Nov 5 11:57:30 UTC 2010
On 4 November 2010 16:49, print.crimes <print.crimes at yatterings.com> wrote:
> As per the okfn-discussion and earlier emails, I think that the site needs
> to store the endpoint data in something like Couch. Rufus, I know that we've
> mooted it but are there any issues for the server doing this? It might help
> with getting the timeline loading a little more quickly. Could we use
> something like GeoCouch should it be suitable for the geographical data?
> (I've yet to play around with it or the data so just mooting at the moment.)
By storage do you mean for the data structures or for the raw letters
themselves (or both)?
I'm not sure we need couch here if we just want to store the texts
(just use s3 or any other backends supported by OFS )
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