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From Jesus Camacho Rodriguez <>
Subject Re: GSoC 2016
Date Wed, 24 Feb 2016 10:23:35 GMT
I think both ideas are good to benefit from GSoC.

In particular, I proposed Piglet because it can give us a good baseline to test different
optimization techniques in the presence of reutilization of intermediary results i.e. Spool

As I am more familiar with Pig, I could create an umbrella JIRA with tasks related to Piglet
and see where this leads us. Julian, is there any reference doc where we can see the current
status/coverage of Pig in Calcite?


On 2/20/16, 8:58 PM, "Julian Hyde" <> wrote:

>If joining the GSoC is as simple as labeling some JIRA cases we should
>definitely do it.
>Anyone have ideas for tasks? (Jesus suggested Piglet, which I think is
>a good idea.) A reference implementation & TCK for streaming SQL is
>another idea.
>---------- Forwarded message ----------
>From: Ulrich Stärk <>
>Date: Sat, Feb 20, 2016 at 11:06 AM
>Subject: GSoC 2016
>Hi Incubator,
>it seems my announcement about this years' Google Summer of Code
>hasn't made it to all of you.
>The short version is:
>- The Apache Software Foundation applied as an organization for GSoC
>2016. If we are accepted we
>will be assigned a number of slots which will be allocated towards the
>best proposals we receive
>from students
>- At the moment all you need to do is label your ideas for GSoC in
>JIRA with 'gsoc2016' and
>subscribe to
>Incubator PMC and mentors:
>I see my original email hit the incubator private list but apparently
>didn't reach all podlings
>despite me explicitly asking to forward it. Please do so now.
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