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Latest revision as of 01:55, 13 January 2009

What is the problem?

Lots of good Fedora services that all act differently.

The MyFedora team ran in to complexity problems, writing code specific to Fedora.

What is Moksha?

Tool for making collaborative dashboards of widgets from existing social services and applications.

What does Moksha solve?

Many, many cool things. (Raw notes from quaid 16:56, 10 January 2009 (UTC))

  • Data persistence
  • Scalability. Extensive caching; each app deployed has its own sqlite dbase on disk, setup by Moksha automatically.
    • Everything can be replicated and made redundant (clustered, etc.)
    • WSGI middleware stack

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