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Charlie Austin
Re: Apple and databases
on Mar 27, 2013 at 8:50:59 pm

[David Lawrence] "The connection is here:
"Some issues with iCloud Core Data are theoretically unsolvable (stemming from the fact that you’ve put an object model on top of a distributed data store) and others are just plain bugs in the implementation..."
"Because of this there is a lot of fragility to the implementation, and I’m not sure it will ever scale well to larger data sets...""


No, it's not. The statement is about iCloud Core Data. "Some issues with iCloud Core Data are theoretically unsolvable...". You are making the connection.

[David Lawrence] "I believe the same is true with the magnetic timeline's hierarchical, single primary, parent/child, relative time model. I don't think it will scale. Without absolute, external time, I don't see how it can ever really support parallel, independent media streams such as multi-channel audio in a DAW. I don't think roles will ever be enough. I believe the absolute, external time frame of reference is essential."

That;s a lot of believing. :-) I beleive that X supports "parallel, independent media streams such as multi-channel audio in a DAW". You just can't run them through a "mixer" yet. Admit it, you just don't like the timeline. ;-)

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