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(clicky.visophyte.org-hosted CouchDB services offline)

This means doccelerator and my Tinderbox scraper that chucked stuff into a CouchDB for exposure by a modified bugzilla jetpack.  Either couch went crazy or someone gave it a request that is ridiculously expensive to answer with a database the accumulated size of the tinderbox database.  I’m not aware of any trivial ways to contend […]

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who is starring Firefox tinderbox failures and how long before they do?

Using the accumulated data in my CouchDB instance about the Firefox tinderbox and Protovis, we can see how long it takes before a testfailed/busted build gets starred and who stars it.  The horizontal axis is the number of minutes between the end of the build and when it gets starred.  If someone stars the build […]

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partial: posting pymake data/results to a couch

What it does: Adds a “–couch-json” option to bsmedberg‘s pymake that takes a URL that crams the state of (global, non-rule associated) variables into a couch document for each makefile context executed.  Variables are grouped by general origin as well as specific Makefile origin where relevant.  The code as it stands only tells you about […]

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Tinderbox results in bugzilla, jetpack times 2, CouchDB, review board

mstange‘s Tinderboxpushlog is awesome.  You know it, I know it, the many people whose sanity has been saved by it know it.  It is a fantastic improvement on checking the tinderbox; it lets you know the current state of the tree, the recent history of the tree, and how these things are correlated with recent […]

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Doccelerator: JavaScript documentation via JSHydra into CouchDB with an AJAX UI

About the name.  David Ascher picked it.  My choice was flamboydoc in recognition of my love of angry fruit salad color themes and because every remotely sane name has already been used by the 10 million other documentation tools out there.  Regrettably not only have we lost the excellent name, but the color scheme is […]

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Adding stews (hackish destructive accumulation/reduction) to CouchDB

As all misguidedly-lazy programmers are wont to do, I decided that it would be easier to ‘enhance’ CouchDB to meet my needs rather than to rewrite visotank to use SQLAlchemy. Also, I wanted to understand what CouchDB was doing under the hood with views and try my hand at some Erlang. CouchDB as currently implemented […]

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SVG in visotank

visotank now has AJAX-loaded SVG graphics. The hooks are there to actually do something when you click on stuff, but it doesn’t do anything. The visualization is ripped from my visterity plugin for posterity; it’s not supposed to be new or exciting. The fact that the SVG is loaded via AJAX is new (visterity didn’t […]

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more (clicky!) mailing-list visualization a la visotank, couchdb

Visotank now allows you to select some authors of interest from a sortable list of contacts, and then show the conversations they were involved in. You get the previously shown sparkbars for the author’s activity. You also get sparkbars showing the conversation activity, with each author assigned a color and consistent stacking position in that […]

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first steps to interactive fun using CouchDB

First, let me say that Pylons with its Paste magic is delightful; lots of nice round edges helped me get something simple up and running in no time, and using genshi to boot. The new tool, visotank, is ingesting the python-dev mailman archives (as previously visualized) and putting them into CouchDB. The near-term goal is […]

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