I am glad to announce that Alessandro Andreoli, an Italian student of the University of Milan, decided to join the DaDaBIK team and to do a very important work on DaDaBIK as part of his master thesis in Computer Science.
Alessandro is working on the new DaDaBIK security model, something I wanted to implement since years but I didn't find the time to.
When his work will be finished, it will be possible to create group of users and to set permissions at a very granual level, for example saying that the group X has read permissions on the table customers while user Y has also write permission on that table, but not on the field customers.phone_number.
It is a very important shift toward the adoption of DaDaBIK in an enterprise environment.
A big "thank you!" to Alessandro from all the DaDaBIK community.
Another big news is that I'm writing from the United States, where I'm going to live for some months as a visiting scholar at UC Berkeley.
I Hope to give you some news about the next release of DaDaBIK soon!