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Re: Pig as Connector with MongoDB and Node.js
Alan Gates 2012-08-22, 20:34

On Aug 21, 2012, at 11:48 PM, Santhosh M S wrote:

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> Could we repost the entire blog and indicate that this blog originally appeared here with the here being a hyperlink to the corporate blog without mentioning the name of the corporation.
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> More thoughts?

I'm +1 on this.

Alan.
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> Santhosh
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> ________________________________
> From: Russell Jurney <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>
> To: "[EMAIL PROTECTED]" <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>
> Sent: Tuesday, August 21, 2012 7:17 PM
> Subject: Re: Pig as Connector with MongoDB and Node.js
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> I like the idea of re-blogging the entire thing with a link back to
> the company. Blogs take time, and time is money, so posting to the Pig
> blog first isn't likely. Even personal posts about Pig on my blog
> datasyndrome.com, I'd rather post them on my blog and reblog/link back
> on the Pig blog. This is consistent with common practice.
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> The real point here is to get common place to recognize, index and
> distribute blog post HOWTOs as documentation. If there's value in the
> post, we should reblog it with a link back.
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> Russell Jurney http://datasyndrome.com
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> On Aug 21, 2012, at 7:03 PM, Alan Gates <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
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>> Are you saying we should only post things to the Pig blog that isn't already on a corporate blog?  I'm not sure that's going to fly, since companies pay people to write blogs for them.  They aren't going to be excited to publish on Apache first.
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>> If we don't feel comfortable posting things on the Pig blog that have already been posted on a corporate blog we could instead post very short blogs entries that say something like "A blog on X has been posted over on http://Y, go take a look".
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>> Alan.
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>> On Aug 17, 2012, at 3:28 PM, Santhosh M S wrote:
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>>> Thanks Alan! I went to that site before my previous email and I did not find anything and hence the post.
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>>> If the content has no association with any corporation, we should first post it on the Apache Pig Blog and then cross post it on the corporate blog. This way, we can decouple the community interests from the corporate interests.
>>>
>>> Thoughts?
>>>
>>> Santhosh
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>>>
>>> ________________________________
>>> From: Alan Gates <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>
>>> To: [EMAIL PROTECTED]
>>> Sent: Friday, August 17, 2012 3:20 PM
>>> Subject: Re: Pig as Connector with MongoDB and Node.js
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>>> http://blogs.apache.org/pig/
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>>> We don't have any posts there yet.
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>>> Alan.
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>>> On Aug 17, 2012, at 3:15 PM, Santhosh M S wrote:
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>>>> Before we post the blog, can someone post the URL for the Apache Pig Blog. Search engine queries are not returning anything useful.
>>>>
>>>> Thanks,
>>>> Santhosh
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>>>> ________________________________
>>>> From: Jonathan Coveney <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>
>>>> To: [EMAIL PROTECTED]
>>>> Sent: Friday, August 17, 2012 12:09 PM
>>>> Subject: Re: Pig as Connector with MongoDB and Node.js
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>>>> I'm ok with that as long as it is clear it came from a corporate blog, and
>>>> of course, if people feel uncomfortable they should voice that opinion.
>>>>
>>>> I think it is good to show that a variety of people use Pig, and I mean,
>>>> it's not really a surprise that Pig is developed, used, and promoted by
>>>> corporations :)
>>>>
>>>> 2012/8/17 Alan Gates <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>
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>>>>> I'm happy to repost these kinds of blog entries on the Pig blog.  But one
>>>>> thing we as a community need to decide is how we want to handle references
>>>>> to corporate blogs.  My proposal would be that any entries supporting and
>>>>> promoting Apache Pig should be allowed.  But I have an obvious conflict of
>>>>> interest here, so I'd like to get other people's inputs.
>>>>>
>>>>> Alan.
>>>>>
>>>>> On Aug 16, 2012, at 3:07 PM, Russell Jurney wrote:
>>>>>
>>>>>> I wrote a Pig tutorial to publish data with Mongo and Node.js.
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>>>>> http://hortonworks.com/blog/pig-as-connector-part-one-pig-mongodb-and-node-js