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Open Query on Twitter/

Open Query now has its own @openquery account on Twitter and so you can conveniently follow us there for announcements and tips – and also ask us questions! All OQ engineers can post/reply. The OQ site front page also tracks this feed.

Previously I was posting from my personal @arjenlentz account with #openquery hashtag, but that’s obviously less practical.

RSS Feed has been fixed

Because of some weird bug my RSS feeds were broken ever since I’ve upgraded to WP 2.5. Today they were fixed and I hope they’ll have some new posts there soon Stay tuned.

SQLite table to read Atom feeds

Ah, Christmas Holidays! Time to take a break from the daily chores... to spend some time with family... but also time to catch up on reading and spend some hours on some fun hacking.

When catching up on my reading of Dr. Dobb's Journal, I came across an interesting article by Michael Owens about writing virtual tables for SQLite, which got me thinking about a small hack I've wanted to do for a while: a table that reads an RSS/Atom feed and presents the data to the query engine. Originally, I was planning to implement this as a MySQL

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