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Re: Introductions

From: elein <elein(at)sbcglobal(dot)net>
To: Sean Chittenden <sean(at)chittenden(dot)org>,Josh Berkus <josh(at)agliodbs(dot)com>
Cc: sfpug(at)postgresql(dot)org
Subject: Re: Introductions
Date: 2002-10-27 22:05:01
Message-ID: 200210272205.g9RM5Hgn534270@pimout2-ext.prodigy.net (view raw or flat)
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Lists: sfpug
I would be very interested in hearing more about your timeseries work
and its derivation.  I did not know there was a timeseries component
on postgresql.  There are proprietarty timeseries datablades on Illustra
and Informix IUS.

elein(at)norcov(dot)com

On Sunday 27 October 2002 11:42, Sean Chittenden wrote:
> > > From reading the other posts, it looks like I might be the lone
> > > developer among DBAs. That's good -- I could stand to learn a lot
> > > from you all!
> >
> > Guess again.  <grin>
> >
> > BTW, we have some new members to the mailing list.  Curiously, one
> > has a .au domain and one a .jp.  You people working in the area?
> > Please, introduce yourselves!
>
> Add another developer/DBA/sysadmin to the lot.  I'm toil in all kinds
> of stuff and most of it ends up in a PostgreSQL database someplace.
>
> As for interests w/ Pg, recently I've become a time series junkie and
> seem to be spending most of my time collating and aggregating
> statistical information.  Blek.  On a more interesting note, however,
> I'm hoping to eventually offer some pl/Ruby code (possibly C too)
> that'll let folks use PostgreSQL to store and search for XML documents
> using XPath.  I did some development using Versant once upon a time
> that went from XML->Object->OODB and I've been hooked on the idea
> since.  With PostgreSQL I think the best we'll be able to do is
> XML->CLOB and then run over the clob with some PL magic that'll let
> you extract portions of the document via XPath.  Someday though, I
> tend to stretch myself too thin.  :)
>
> -sc

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