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One of the TLs was a T7. Got overruled by T8 :-).

As Google is growing, there are many T7s around. So, you really need T8 and above to actually get something out of the door, when it comes to impacting web search.

P.S. Dgraph is Apache license, written in Go/Protobufs/Grpc. Google might have an appetite for that, worth pushing internally. https://github.com/dgraph-io/dgraph

My understanding is that by default, dgraph query responses are in json. Is it possible to get gRPC responses instead?

Dgraph exposes both HTTP endpoint and gRPC endpoint. All our official clients use the gRPC endpoint, including Go, Java, NodeJS client.


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