On Sep 3, 2007, at 8:47 AM, Sebastian Wehrmann wrote:


my name is Sebastian Wehrmann and I'll write my diploma thesis about "ad hoc querys and indexing with ZODB" within the next months at gocept. I study Applied Computer Science at University of Technology Chemnitz with specialisation in Media Computing.

I will inform you in period about the work done and the plans, because the final work will become open source and should be further developed by the community.

This isn't very informative, so I'll interpret it according to my desires. :)

I would very much like to see an open indexing+querying framework for Python objects. I'm thinking of something *like* an SQL engine that allowed one to plug in relation and index implementations and that took queries in some form, optimized them and executing them using the given index and relations.


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