[OSM-dev] GSoC 17 : Refactor the DB schema for better usability on access patterns
Darafei "Komяpa" Praliaskouski
me at komzpa.net
Mon Mar 6 10:31:04 UTC 2017
I'm Darafei, I proposed the project and ready to mentor it.
First page to look at for this project is
https://wiki.openstreetmap.org/wiki/Database - it describes the current
state, used software, schema and links to relevant spots in software.
I've done a small proof of concept implementation
https://github.com/Komzpa/fastmap. It's not properly tested and not in any
way integrated with any of API web services, although shows a lot better
performance even without major schema refactoring.
You can start with setting it up and playing in Postgres console, and try
adapting test cases for /map call from cgimap onto it:
This will give you the most impression of what the project is about in
Don't hesitate to write to me directly, https://t.me/komzpa for Telegram,
or @komzpa on OSM Slack https://osmus-slack.herokuapp.com/.
вс, 5 мар. 2017 г. в 22:38, Pulkit Bhatia <pulkit4tech at gmail.com>:
> I am Pulkit Bhatia, final year student pursuing B.Tech. Computer Science at Guru Gobind Singh Indraprastha University, Delhi.
> I am well versed with programming in Java, Ruby/RoR and also successfully implemented my GSoC 2016 project <https://github.com/celluloid/GSoC/blob/master/reports/2016-reel_features.md> with Celluloid <https://github.com/celluloid>.
> I was going through idea list and I am really interested to work on project *Refactoring the DB schema for better usability on access patterns.*
> Since I am new to community, it would be really helpful if I can connect with possible mentors for this project and also please guide/point me from where to start (issues/any reference/task).
> Thanks and Regards,
> Pulkit Bhatia
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