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icecondor [2008/11/30 17:43]
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-===== IceCondor: Open Source Location Broker  =====+===== IceCondor: Continuous Location Tracking  =====
 See http://www.icecondor.com See http://www.icecondor.com
  
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 See server [[icecondor:benchmarks]] \\ See server [[icecondor:benchmarks]] \\
 See [[icecondor:battery]] usage \\ See [[icecondor:battery]] usage \\
-See [[icecondor:URLs]] +See [[icecondor:URLs]] \\ 
 +See [[icecondor:pigeon]] \\ 
 +See [[icecondor:graphics]] \\ 
 +See [[icecondor:roadmap]] 
  
 == terms == == terms ==
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   * erlang   * erlang
   * ruby   * ruby
 +  * java
  
 database: database:
   * postgresql + postGIS extension   * postgresql + postGIS extension
 +  * couchdb
  
 access protocols: access protocols:
   * HTML   * HTML
   * XMPP   * XMPP
 +  * OAUTH / OpenID
  
 == URLs == == URLs ==
 object being tracked: /object/<name> \\ object being tracked: /object/<name> \\
-track point: /trackpoint/<guid>+one object at one location: /location/<guid>
  
 == possible directions == == possible directions ==
 Distributed. Each IceCondor installation (node) uses a distributed hash table to store location records. Nodes can be added to the network easily and once added, its data is searchable by any other node. Using a DHT for storage would loose the benefits of postGIS for lat/long queries. Hadoop? Distributed. Each IceCondor installation (node) uses a distributed hash table to store location records. Nodes can be added to the network easily and once added, its data is searchable by any other node. Using a DHT for storage would loose the benefits of postGIS for lat/long queries. Hadoop?
  
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