My personal opinion on policy:
For software (or hardware) which is not PostgreSQL community, but is "useful"
or "newsy" as we define it, we announce it when it either
1) goes production for the first time,
2) supports postgresql for the first time
and never post news about that particular piece of software again unless
there's a compelling reason to make an exception.
For software which is PostgreSQL community, we allow announcements when it:
1) is created as a project;
2) first goes beta (if it needs testers);
3) first goes production;
4) achieves a major (e.g. 2.0) version milestone
but leave it up to the project admin what they want to try and post.
I simply can't see any circumstance under which we would want to post
individual beta releases on the main page. Heck, we don't do that for
PostgreSQL itself ... one beta or RC version, and that's it.
Aglio Database Solutions
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