Bill Studenmund <wrstuden(at)zembu(dot)com> wrote:
> sourceforge for one. They were using MySQL, then changed.
Did they really switch though? Tim Perdue's articles
on the subject are really good, but I wasn't sure if he
really did the switch, or just investigated it and never
got to it for some reason. If you look at the "About"
information up on the sourceforge site, they still seem
to be talking about MySQL.
(Of course, it could just be that the page is out of date.
If you look at the "Projects Page" on postgresql.org, you'd
get the impression that the "Tuple-Toaster" hasn't been
pgsql-hackers by date
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