[Phpmyadmin-devel] [Phpmyadmin] Interested in Participating in GSoC 2010

ANKIT GUPTA ankitatbits at gmail.com
Sun Mar 28 14:00:23 CEST 2010

Ok, will check the other things .
Regarding the concern for  duplicating thing from similar product,yes we can
keep this point in mind while designing and make our own unique design.

i had one more idea in this same  query generation field, if we can provide
a natural language processing tool (NLP) with phpmyadmin,this will be
completely new and here people with little or no SQL knowledge can generate
queries just by writting their queries in plain english.!!
i have seen some similar open source tools ,we can integrate them with
one such tool is developed by mark watson and is open source


i have myself done some basic project in NLP at my college,

but  for this summer i will like to concentrate on visual query generation.


On Sun, Mar 28, 2010 at 5:08 PM, Marc Delisle <marc at infomarc.info> wrote:

> ANKIT GUPTA a écrit :
> > HI,
> > Marc i installed the latest phpmyadmin version and saw the Designer
> feature
> > which uses Ajax, yes something similar i wanted for my diagram
> > ..................but this feature is only for defining relationships,if
> we
> > can use this diagram feature for query generation it will be very
> > interactive and useful for the users,further we can also provide feature
> to
> > automatically generate php classes having functions containing  these
> query.
> > users can directly put these classes in their code and just use the
> > functions.!!
> >
> > Thanks
> Well, the Designer is not only for defining relationships, there are
> other buttons at the top that give other functionnalities. But you're
> right, a visual query builder would be good.
> A challenge will be to try not duplicating the visual aspect of other
> similar products.
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