At first, I appreciate your insights Craig, but I think I will stick with
Aleksander, I am mostly interested on the sorting algos benchmark and
I will start writing a proposal soon enough. Do you have any project
related insights as to what I should put in there?
Thanks a lot in advance!
On Tue, Mar 13, 2018 at 11:55 AM, Aleksander Alekseev <
> Hello everyone,
> > > I am mostly interested in anything that requires C/C++ implementation
> > > AlgoDS.
> > >
> > > For that reason I would love to work in any of the following (in that
> > > order of preference):
> > >
> > > 1. Sorting algorithms benchmark and implementation
> > > 2. Enhancing amcheck for all AMs
> > > 3. TOAST'ing in slices
> > > 4. Thrift datatype support
> > >
> > Having recently worked with Thrift, I recommend ... don't use Thrift. The
> > library is awkward to work with, it isn't very source-compatible across
> > versions.
> > Consider protobuf instead.
> Craig, I believe you probably did something wrong if you had to work
> with some library directly. Actually you generate classes from text
> description and just use them. I worked with Thrift some time ago, in
> 2015 . I wouldn't call it awkward. Protobuf is fine too, but
> unfortunately we don't have any Protobuf-related projects this time.
> Also it's probably worth noticing that the GSoC project doesn't imply
> using any existing libraries, only the binary format which is quite
> Christos, I appreciate your interest in the Thrift-related project. You
> should know however that we already have a student interested in it .
> Feel free to apply for it as well but in this case be prepared for a
> little competition.
> : https://github.com/afiskon/scala-thrift-example/blob/
> : https://postgr.es/m/CA%2BSXE9sP1iHNp9_DFJzdbE0cszAA-
> Best regards,
> Aleksander Alekseev