GSoC 2014

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* Rewrite (add) pg_dump and pg_restore utilities as libraries (.so, .dll & .dylib) [http://www.postgresql.org/message-id/1811491181.20130215163950@gf.microolap.com link]
 
* Rewrite (add) pg_dump and pg_restore utilities as libraries (.so, .dll & .dylib) [http://www.postgresql.org/message-id/1811491181.20130215163950@gf.microolap.com link]
 
* Extending MADlib functions to fill in (extrapolate) missing values in data sets [http://www.postgresql.org/message-id/B654BEBE-32D9-4670-BBB7-BC846AE5B785@gmail.com link1] [http://www.postgresql.org/message-id/511E7193.4020907@agliodbs.com link2]
 
* Extending MADlib functions to fill in (extrapolate) missing values in data sets [http://www.postgresql.org/message-id/B654BEBE-32D9-4670-BBB7-BC846AE5B785@gmail.com link1] [http://www.postgresql.org/message-id/511E7193.4020907@agliodbs.com link2]
* pg_upgrade support for Debian's pg_upgradecluster [http://www.postgresql.org/message-id/20130218213711.GA1005@awork2.anarazel.de link]
 
  
 
[[Category:Google Summer of Code]]
 
[[Category:Google Summer of Code]]

Revision as of 21:25, 31 May 2013

This page is for collecting ideas for future Summer of Code projects. For the currently active Summer of Code program, see GSoC_2013

Contents

Project Ideas

Project ideas are to be added here.

(Please can we have visibility of ideas on Hackers please to avoid overreaching what is possible in the time, and also working on dubious projects.)

Core

  • UPDATE ... RETURNING OLD link
  • Add RETURNING to DDL (CREATE, ALTER, DROP) and possibly DCL (GRANT, REVOKE) link
  • Allow different datatypes to be sliced differently, when TOASTed link

Extensions

  • cube extension improvements (indexing, type support, new KNN search metrics) link

Tools

  • Rewrite (add) pg_dump and pg_restore utilities as libraries (.so, .dll & .dylib) link
  • Extending MADlib functions to fill in (extrapolate) missing values in data sets link1 link2
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