⇒ XProclet Released
## What is it?
⇒ Managing Documents in MarkLogic with XProc
⇒ Updates and yet more updates ...
Some rather unfortunate things have been happening in my life, things that just happen because the are bound to happen sometime, like losing my father. I'm reminded of the good things and that life will just continue. In one of his more salient and conscious moments he said to me, as I was pondering my pending trip to Edinburgh, to continue my PhD research and “Go and get the damn thing done!”
⇒ Too Much Data and Too Little Memory
Since my last update, I've made a lot of good progress on my “big weather data” project. The goal was always to understand how to organize scientific sensor data like weather reports within a database system like MarkLogic. Alas, I don't currently have access to the hardware to really produce a production quality system that actually stores terabytes of information. I did want to see how far I could get and what the characteristics of cluster would be to store such large-scale information.
⇒ XProc on My Website
I've migrated my whole website to run on a combination of [XProc](http://www.w3.org/TR/XProc) , [Restlet](http://www.restlet.org) , and the new [Atomojo V2](http://code.google.com/p/atomojo) server. Atomojo V2 provides an Atom APP backend powered by XProc and [MarkLogic](http://www.marklogic.com) glued together using Restlet. The same archictecture has been use to deploy this website. That is, almost all the pages are the result of running some XProc-enabled process.
⇒ XProc to the Rescue: Restoring AtomPub
## Restoring AtomPub via XProc