> Marc G. Fournier wrote:
> > pgsql-hackers-pitr(at)postgresql(dot)org
> > I set myself as owner, since I didn't figure it was something you
> > needed added to your plate? :) Just means you don't have to go
> > and do the Approvals for postings when they need it, I'll just do it
> > normal stuff ...
> OK, I have added the mailing list to the web page:
> and have subscribed myself.
Sorry, I've joined also - I thought Marc's post was a suggestion rather
than a reality. I checked http://www.postgresql.org/lists.html but it
wasn't listed, so I thought it didn't exist yet.
Is there a digest of all previous postings? Or another way to access
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