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From Julian Hyde <>
Subject Re: Updates to Calcite community from R&D activites
Date Thu, 08 Feb 2018 21:21:44 GMT

Thank you for taking the initiative with this. The web page and the monthly meeting are excellent
ideas. In addition, people can of course start discussions on the dev list. (In the Apache
way, the “dev” list is not just for development - it is more like the kitchen table, where
anything can be discussed.)

We have successfully and concisely communicated our “D” collaborations using the “powered
by” page <>
and its logo chart The logo chart features
in most of our presentations, because it is a great tool: you can show it for 15 seconds,
wave a hand and say “we integrate with a lot of projects”, or you can talk in depth about
the adapters for 15 minutes. Do you think research projects should be featured on the “powered
by” page and chart? (Or perhaps a separate chart?)


> On Feb 8, 2018, at 1:06 PM, Edmon Begoli <> wrote:
> Dear members of Calcite project:
> Here are some updates and plans from the members of the Calcite project who
> are focused on the R&D with and for Calcite.
> 1. As you know, our Calcite paper was accepted to SIGMOD, and we are now
> working on the final, camera-ready submission. Conference is June 10th -
> June 15th, 2018 in Houston. Julian and I will co-present.
> 2. We are moving forward with other R&D initiatives:
>    a) Development of the Calcite benchmark, CALCITE-2168
> <>
>    b) Performance profiling and study, CALCITE-2169
> <>
>    c) Performance optimizations, and improvements (if needed, and if
> deduced from by a and b)
>    d) Research into applications of semantic/RDF/graph technologies, and
> streams reasoning
> and work on code improvements, and publications resulting from 2. a) - 2. d)
> 4. Having a monthly, online R&D community meeting (TBD, Edmon will
> coordinate)
> 5. Develop a sub-page on the main site () called "Research with Calcite",
> Edmon will developed
> (credit for idea to Riccardo Tomassini)
> Finally, here is the document that we will use to document general work of
> the Calcite research sub-community:
> If you want get involved, and contribute to any sub-area please email me,
> and I will get you an edit access, and access to a specific document for
> the R&D sub-area.
> Thank you,
> Edmon

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