On Sat, 22 Nov 2003, Robert Treat wrote:
> On Saturday 22 November 2003 14:17, Marc G. Fournier wrote:
> > On Sat, 22 Nov 2003, Peter Eisentraut wrote:
> > > Marc G. Fournier writes:
> > > > What's I'd like to see is more projects listed on gborg, even if it
> > > > provides a link to the main project site like with the ODBC driver, but
> > > > it provides a list of 'postgresql related software' ... kinda like a
> > > > freshmeat for PostgreSQL ...
> > >
> > > I think it might be more suitable and less confusing if there was in fact
> > > a freshmeat (in addition to a sourceforge) for PostgreSQL.
> > k, what does it take to set one up?
> > re: sourceforge ... are you suggesting replacing gborg with sourceforge
> > code though? is gborg itself *that* broken that it can't be extended to
> > do what we want?
> I don't know that it's broken, but switching to gforge would certainly
> give us more advanced software that would also be maintained by people
> completly outside our community. Given our tight resources, this is
> certainly a bonus.
'k, do you have anyone in mind who is willing to set up, and admin, it?
I don't imagine its the sort of thing that runs itself, is it? can it run
within the same VM as www.postgresql.org, or are there security reasons
why it shouldn't?
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