On Fri, 2010-02-26 at 03:33 -0500, Greg Smith wrote:
> I really hope this discussion can say focused on if and how it's
> possible to improve this area, with the goal being to deliver a product
> everyone can be proud of with the full feature set that makes this next
> release a killer one. The features that have managed to all get into
> this release already are fantastic, everyone who contributed should be
> proud of that progress, and it's encouraging that the alpha4 date was
> nailed. It would be easy to descend into finger-pointing for why
> exactly this particular problem is only getting more visibility now, or
> into schedule-oriented commentary suggesting it must be ignored because
> it's too late to do anything about it. I hope everyone appreciates
> wandering that way will not help make PostgreSQL 9.0 a better release.
> This issue is so easy to encounter, and looks so bad when it happens,
> that I feel it could easily lead to an embarrassing situation for the
> community if something isn't done about it before release.
Thanks Greg. It's a great relief for me to hear someone else say this
and to watch a discussion about this important issue unfold.
Simon Riggs www.2ndQuadrant.com
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