On Fri, 27 Aug 2004, Neil Conway wrote:
> josh(at)bitbuckets(dot)com wrote:
>> August 24, 2004 - The PostgreSQL Global Development group today announced
>> the availability of the landmark 8.0 version of the PostgreSQL database.
> We should probably use "PostgreSQL ORDBMS" rather than "PostgreSQL database"
> (it might be worth spelling out the acronym, not sure).
>> PostgreSQL, created in 1986 by UC Berkeley, is the enterprise-ready
>> that is the collective work of over 200 developers.
> This suggests that (only) 200 people have contributed to PostgreSQL since
> 1986 -- I think you mean to say that 200 people contributed to 8.0, right?
> Also, it might be worth mentioning some formulation of "PostgreSQL, the most
> advanced open-source database". Repetition, repetition, repetition :)
>> Operability with Windows:
> AFAIK "operability" is not a word.
- the ease of operating the software [Deutsch 88].
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