Few more comments on the comments on the comments:
> > > SQL-STANDARD ERROR FRAMEWORK: The PostgreSQL Team has completely
> > > redesigned error logging and reporting, providing developers with an
> > "SQL-STANDARD ERROR FRAMEWORK: Completely redesigned ..."
> > > REORGANIZED AND EXPANDED DOCUMENTATION: The documentation contributors
> > > have completely reorganized and added many new pages to the online
> > REORGANIZED AND EXPANDED DOCUMENTATION: Completely reorganized and
> > significantly expanded online documentation, making it easier for
> > > EXPLICIT JOIN REWRITING: Core developer Tom Lane has included an option
> > > for explicit join rewriting by the query planner, easing the transition
> > "EXPLICIT JOIN REWRITING: An extremely powerful option for power users,
> > which allows explicit ..."
> The thing I don't like about Ned's phrasing is that the paragraphs lack a
> verb, making them more passive and less grabbing. What do other people
That's executive bullet-point-speak, as well as a former life as an editor coming through. Trouble with real sentences is, you have to come up with a subject each time (e.g. Tom, the only core developer mentioned by name).
> > Dunno if we add that much, but you're welcome to add "ERP software vendor
> > OpenMFG" to the list.
> Cool! Please verify that that's official; I don't know your position in the
President and CEO ;-)
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