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    Mark Nunberg
    @mnunberg
    welcome all
    Guy Korland
    @gkorland
    Welcome @mnunberg
    Guy Korland
    @gkorland
    Pieter Cailliau
    @K-Jo
    We released our second RC for RediSearch 1.6, release notes can be found here: https://github.com/RediSearch/RediSearch/releases/tag/v1.6.3 All feedback is welcome!
    Bruno Bigras
    @bbigras
    Is it possible to filter using another query? I might not be using the correct terms. Let say I have a list of cars and a list of cars brands. I would like to filter the cars by model but also on some property of the cars brands.
    Guy Korland
    @gkorland
    There are two options
    1. De-normalize the schema and include the brand data in each car
    2. Use another module that utilize RediSearch but adds support for relations like RedisGraph
    Adam
    @cheeseandcereal

    Hey, is there any possibility of some PRs getting merged into redisearch-py ? Particularly these 2: RediSearch/redisearch-py#38 RediSearch/redisearch-py#37
    Also I just ran into this issue myself: RediSearch/redisearch-py#31 and I would be willing to put in the work to do a PR to fix this, but only if I knew it was going to be accepted. Considering I put in a PR back in August that still hasn't been merged, I don't have great faith that if I put in the work, anything will actually get merged and released at the moment.

    Without that commitment, I'll just have to fork and maintain my own version of redisearch-py, which I'd really rather not have to do if I don't need to. I would love for these fixes/features to be available to everyone

    Adam
    @cheeseandcereal
    Turns out fixing that bug was really simple: RediSearch/redisearch-py#44
    It would be great if those 3 PRs could be merged/released....
    Meir Shpilraien (Spielrein)
    @MeirShpilraien
    @cheeseandcereal tha
    @cheeseandcereal thank you for you contribution and I am sorry it was not merged yet (we probably missed it so it is good you wrote this message). I will personally make sure that me (or someone else) will review your PR's and we will defenatly merge them. Any contribution is always welcome.
    Adam
    @cheeseandcereal
    I really appreciate you guys merging those PRs! Is there any chance that a release could be made for what's on master at the moment? It has a decent amount of changes since the least release ~1.5 years ago including those useful bug fixes.
    Guy Korland
    @gkorland
    we'll probbaly release a new version soon
    Adam
    @cheeseandcereal
    That would be awesome! Thanks!
    Guy Korland
    @gkorland
    Adam
    @cheeseandcereal
    🎉
    Abhijith Chandran
    @cabhijith
    Is this chat room still active? I wanted some implementing redissearch for MongoDB through Flask
    Dave Nielsen
    @dnielsen
    @cabhijith Yes, still active. Or you can post your question to our Google Group: https://groups.google.com/forum/?nomobile=true#!forum/redisearch
    Guy Korland
    @gkorland
    @cabhijith can you please extend a bit? what are you trying to achieve?
    djbokkeman
    @djbokkeman
    Hi there! Not sure if this is the right place. But im trying to achieve a multiple groupby and count in aggregation. I would like to have a list with both values and count. But Im a little lost.
    Meir Shpilraien (Spielrein)
    @MeirShpilraien
    Hey @djbokkeman can you explain exactly what you need? You want to groupby by two fields or you want to count each of the two fields separately?
    djbokkeman
    @djbokkeman
    Yes I think that's what I want to accomplish. I actually want to build up a complete filter navigation as a result. For example, when you use google shopping and enter a search term like "programming" on the left hand you will have the filters. Here you can filter for example on Genre, Seller, Color and price. I would also like to retrieve filters with a search result and a count of each filter item. Ideally this would be done by requesting all filter items in one call.
    djbokkeman
    @djbokkeman
    I was wondering If it would be possible to reduces this to a single call.
    Meir Shpilraien (Spielrein)
    @MeirShpilraien
    I am afraid you will need multiple aggregate queries for this
    Meir Shpilraien (Spielrein)
    @MeirShpilraien
    You can try combining RediSearch and RedisGears (https://oss.redislabs.com/redisgears/) to achieve it, if you want to try it let me know and I can guide you through it.
    djbokkeman
    @djbokkeman
    Hi @MeirShpilraien thanks for your suggestion, it looks real nice and we will take a look at it!
    Adam
    @cheeseandcereal
    Is the process for upgrading from redisearch 1.4 to 1.6 as simple as just updating redisearch itself? Or do any of the underlying rdb/aof files need to be changed/migrated?