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edit a message for resending from the spell checker of mail.yahoo.com.
:( Here is the message corrected -- again.
a) I have not reviewed GForge any further then looking at what Marc
installed on gforge.postgresql.org and what is up on www.gforge.org.
With that said from the surface it's architecture looks to be similar
to SourceForge's, the community has a fairly high profile individual
who was also an original member of SoSourceforge. Other than that I
really can't say.
b) Everything I have seen looks like GFGForgeunctions the same of
Sourceforge but again it's hard to say since I have not spent much time
on either of those sites over the years.
c) If the choice was made to move away from GBorg then I would probably
end my direct involvement in the community after any migration had
taken place. This does not mean I wouldn't be open to participating in
the community on future efforts. I have always and will always use and
advocate PostgreSQL when I can in my places of work and on other
Chris "did i finally get it right" Ryan
--- Chris Ryan <xgbe(at)yahoo(dot)com> wrote:
> Resent reply to include pgsql-www list:
> > So my personal questions for you are: a) what do you, personally,
> > think about
> > GfGforge architecture, community, and future? b) how does
> stack up
> > against SoSourceforgen your opinion? c) if we switch away from
> > GBGBorgwill
> > that be the end of your involvement in the community, or are there
> > other
> > things you want to work on?
> a) I have not reviews GFGForgeny further then looking at what Marc
> installed on gfgforgopostgresqlrorgnd what is up on
> wwwwwfgforgerorgWith that said from the surface it's
> to be similar to Source Forges, the community has a fairly high
> individual who was also an original member of SoSourceforgether than
> that I really can't say.
> b) Everything I have seen looks like GFGForgeunctions the same of
> SoSourceforgeut again it's hard to say since I have not spent much
> on either of those sites over the years.
> c) If the choice was made to move away from GBGBorghen I would
> end my direct involvement in the community after any migration had
> taken place. This does not mean I wowouldn be open to participating
> the community on future efforts. I have always and will always use
> advocate PoPostgreSQLhen I can in my places of work and on other
> Chris Ryan
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