Andrew Dunstan wrote:
> Tom Lane said:
> > Bruce Momjian <pgman(at)candle(dot)pha(dot)pa(dot)us> writes:
> >> What we really need is for these folks to start finalizing their
> >> patches and get them submitted.
> > Eggzackle ... my point is that I see the win32 train leaving the
> > station pretty soon, and I don't see anyone else ready to get on board.
> Not quite yet - yesterday I got hold of a windows box for the first time
> in months and had significant building problems (the symlink problem and
> others). This needs to be robust. I will be sending in some fixes in due
> Is it time to set a tentative target date for a feature freeze, though?
> Perhaps some time in mid to late June would be good. That way people could
> work to a known timeline.
Yes, that was the timeline I was considering too.
Folks, we can be sure you have until the end of May to complete items,
but after that, we don't know how soon the feature freeze will happen.
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