Joshua D. Drake wrote:
> >>> Also, the PR should be focused around what we are releasing, not side
> >>> projects ... Slony-I isn't part of this release, and, IMHO, isn't
> >>> appropriate as part of the PostgreSQL Server press release ... they
> >>> should
> >>> be doing their own Press Release for that. Focus on what *we* are
> >>> releasing, not what another project is releasing ...
> >> Afilias didn't want to do a Slony press release, which is why I want
> >> to mention it in passing in the main release. Along with several
> >> other add-ons.
> Well -- and although I am notably biased it does seem that it is not
> quite correct to announce Slony as part of version 8. Slony is not "the"
> PostgreSQL Replication solution. It is one of many as many have (not
> just myself) noted.
> To be fair :) the only thing that makes Slony notable for PostgreSQL is
> that it is Open Source. There are other replication systems out there
> that have been working for some time.
Uh, and we are an open source project --- Slony being "open source"
seems like a very notable distinction to me.
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