> On Wed, 12 Nov 2003, Andrew Sullivan wrote:
> > On Wed, Nov 12, 2003 at 07:01:00AM -0500, Ned Lilly wrote:
> > > All I'm saying is that from the outside, IMHO, it just creates more
> > > problems than it solves. To use a favorite metaphor from this
> > > list, PHB's will read that and smell instability. I repeat, why
> > > volunteer it? Just say there are many firms providing support
> > > today, and it's used at X, Y, and Z companies.
> > I second this.
> Me too. How about something along the lines of "Postgresql is supported
> by several different companies, ensuring that no one company can drive the
> project in any one direction against the best interests of the community"?
Me too. How about something along the lines of "Postgresql is supported
by several different companies, preventing vendor lock-in.
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