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Bug#686651: marked as done (RFP: bulbs -- Python persistence framework for graph databases)

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has caused the Debian Bug report #686651,
regarding RFP: bulbs -- Python persistence framework for graph databases
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--- Begin Message ---
Package: wnpp
Severity: wishlist

* Package name    : bulbs
  Version         : 0.2.2
  Upstream Author : James Thornton <james@jamesthornton.com>
* URL             : http://bulbflow.com/
* License         : BSD
  Programming Lang: Python
  Description     : Python persistence framework for graph databases

>From the website:

Bulbs is an open-source Python persistence framework for graph
databases.  It’s like an ORM for graphs, but instead of SQL, you use the
graph-traveral language Gremlin to query the database.

Bulbs supports pluggable backends, and you can use it to connect to
either Neo4j Server or Rexster.  Neo4j Server is Neo4j‘s official
server. Rexster is TinkerPop‘s server, and it supports any
Blueprints-enabled database, including Neo4j, OrientDB, Dex, and

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--- Begin Message ---
RFP 686651 has no visible progress for a long time, so closing.

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