On Wed, 2012-09-19 at 12:30 +0600, Ildar Mulyukov wrote:
at last I feel confident enough to move on:
Please fix it to the TRUE state then I make a proposal :)
That looks like a rewrite of the terminology section in the README.rst,
right? It's a bit briefer, albeit at the cost of not defining some
terms. I'm not sure whether it is an improvement - that's something that
users need to decide.
I don't agree with your definition of "Database" (= "A Database is a
type of data which is in a Source."). You list "addressbook",
"calendar", etc. as examples. for databases. Those are not databases,
they merely refer to one.
A more accurate definition is that a database is a collection of items
of a certain type (an address book database contains contacts).
"addressbook" is the name of a source which is defined as part of some
of the configuration templates. In addition, "addressbook" is also used
as alias for backends which provide access to databases which contain
Best Regards, Patrick Ohly
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