Features Wish List for Memcached - Online Survey

mike mike503 at gmail.com
Fri Jun 27 16:46:09 UTC 2008

This is kinda funny -I am actually writing some software right now to
do the same thing for nginx (and probably php-fpm)

It would be modeled after Digg, but instead of submitting links, items
would be ideas, and would be voted +1/-1 by registered users, have
inline comments to discuss, and also a spot if people want to pledge
money (non-obligatory, but nice to see if people are willing to
contribute) for specific features to be expedited.

The expectation is all work will be part of the open source project
and not retained or proprietary/closed in any way. Just a way to
solicit ideas, see how popular they are, perhaps learn workarounds
(using the comment system) etc.

I think the software might be specific enough and reusable enough, if
you're interested, feel free to contact me offline!

- mike

On 6/27/08, Jimmy Guerrero <jimmy.guerrero at mysql.com> wrote:
> Hello,
> [Apologies if this is a double-post]
> I am in the process of creating an online user survey to solicit feature
> requests by memcached users and then have users vote on their priority.
> If you currently have a feature request(s) and a short description of the
> feature, please forward it along for inclusion in the survey.
> At Sun we are also looking to highlight interesting memcached use cases in
> our monthly webinars. So, if you've got an interesting implementation and
> would like to participate in a future webinar, we'd love to hear from you.
> Thanks,
> Jimmy Guerrero
> Sr Product Marketing Manager
> Sun Microsystems, Database Group
> www.mysql.com

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