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From Michael Hausenblas <michael.hausenb...@gmail.com>
Subject Re: next steps
Date Thu, 11 Oct 2012 09:57:47 GMT

> I would like to shepherd the web front end, the query parser and some
> documentation into the project next.

Great, thanks!


> You have the web front end ready it sounds like.  Can you provide us a
> walk-through?

Yup, will do. I suppose a quick screen cast is the best way to capture it. I'm such a slow
and miserable typer ;)

ETA for screen cast: 2012-10-16

Cheers,
	   Michael

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Michael Hausenblas
Ireland, Europe
http://mhausenblas.info/

On 11 Oct 2012, at 08:59, Ted Dunning wrote:

> I would like to shepherd the web front end, the query parser and some
> documentation into the project next.
> 
> Michael,
> 
> You have the web front end ready it sounds like.  Can you provide us a
> walk-through?
> 
> Camuel,
> 
> You and your team have the parser in some kind of shape.  We still need to
> discuss and settle on an intermediate language to pass to the query
> optimizer and source code organization.  Also, how does the syntax below
> look to you as a target?
> 
> Julian H,
> 
> Can you comment on what you would like to see as a logical plan syntax?  My
> thought was to describe the logical plan as virtual assignments in a style
> similar to (but very distinct from) LLVM.  The syntax would look something
> like this:
> 
>   dest := op arg1, arg2, ... argN
> 
> op would be one of a small list of operators.  Arg's would be destinations
> from earlier in the file.  Even arithmetic expressions and built-in
> functions would be in this form.
> 
> Would this look OK to you?
> 
> If so, what list of op's should we target first?


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