Hi,

If you want a chapter on NEO (http://www.neoppod.org/) or book review, let us 
know, we can write or help. NEO is probably the fastest and most scalable 
storage for ZODB. We also have lots of benchmarks (we use ZODB for huge 
transactional banking applications and for the largest CRM operation  in 
Ireland).

Regards,

JPS.



> The blog: http://zodbdocs.blogspot.com/
> 
> I am coordinating an effort to have a ZODB book written by one of our
> Zope clan, Carlos de la Guardia. He has completed a recent book for
> Packt publishing on Grok.  He showed interested in writing a ZODB book
> if it were under Creative Commons.  I have set up a blog and focused
> on behind-the-scenes coordination required to make the book happen.
> 
> We are now at a point where:
> 
> - There is an initial outline of topics to cover.
> - There is a way to contribute financially on the ZODB Docs Blog
> (through paypal).
> - If you can contribute to the book with written material and
> experience.  Let me know.  I will make a contributor on the blog and
> you can post articles.  Carlos is more than happy to consolidate/pinch
> material (and of course give the original author credit) and put it
> into the final book.  One of the thoughts would be to write ZODB
> mini-howtos/articles on the blog.  Some initial ideas: transaction
> module (datamanagers, aftercommithook, etc), debugging scenarios (how
> to debug a record being mutated accidentally), conflict resolution
> (writing your own custom impl, btree bucket splits, etc), concurrency,
> any benchmarking information you have, relstorage, writing your own
> persistence format (keas.pbpersist?), or query strategies for ZODB.
> There is a lot of material to cover in this book.
> - There are also contribution/funding levels available which correlate
> to recognition of your donation in the book.  That is right.  Give
> money and you go down in history in the documentation *wink*
> 
> We will have a revised outline of the book by Monday evening from
> Carlos.  If you want to contribute material to the Blog -- let me
> know.  You have a channel to  voice your experience.
> 
> More information is on the blog and will be updated as more progress
> is made. Again the blog is at, http://zodbdocs.blogspot.com/ -- please
> sign up and subscribe to the RSS feed.
> 
> I am open for any feedback.  I desperately want to get the larger
> community support and feedback early as possible.  Please feel free to
> send comments, concerns, criticisms.
> 
> cheers,
> alan runyan
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