Finally the kernel work is complete: right after settings.php is read, the compiled service container is read and used and there is no other service container being used (while I worked a lot on the early part the previous weeks, this week was mostly the One Container To Rule Them All patch). This means MongoBundle can override everything in the service container easily.
In other news, the date tables finally have biten the dust. That was long overdue. The flood storage is also pluggable. Dries extended the feature freeze -- as there is not a table left that has no issue going for it -- even authmap has one now -- it makes very likely Plan B outlined last week won't be required as a start.
- Start EntityQuery aggregation support, this is urgent. (The EntityQuery relationship patch is ready.)
- EntityQuery for ConfigEntites. I got this idea of using grep to query ConfigEntities and seems to have a wide buy-in for it. If this goes as planned you can use Views to list Views. Inception :D
- Make Views use EntityQuery as default.
- New batch API.
- Make the database rely on the service container (including drivers).
- Maybe the switch to entity storage patch depending on time and buy in from core committers.
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