> There is risk here. It isn't so much in the fact that PostgreSQL, Inc
> is doing a couple of modest closed-source things with the code. After
> all, the PG community has long acknowleged that the BSD license would
> allow others to co-op the code and commercialize it with no obligations.
> It is rather sad to see PG, Inc. take the first step in this direction.
> How long until the entire code base gets co-opted?
I totaly missed your point here. How closing source of ERserver is related
to closing code of PostgreSQL DB server? Let me clear things:
1. ERserver isn't based on WAL. It will work with any version >= 6.5
2. WAL was partially sponsored by my employer, Sectorbase.com,
not by PG, Inc.
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