I'm sure this has been questioned and answered before, but your
mailing list search engine is down, and it isn't on your FAQ.
Why isn't the development of a Linux version a higher priority than
Windows? PostgreSQL itself is only for Unix, and as an Open Source
database, it's absurd to have an Open Souce GUI for it that relies on
a proprietary operating system that PostgreSQL users are not likely to
use. Because PostgreSQL itself is _only_ available for linux and unix,
it seems silly to work on Windows GUIs.
You really should address the issue of using a standard operating system
on your web site.
I don't know whether the rewrite made it better, but the fact that it
isn't for Linux makes it worthless to me and most PostgreSQL users.
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