== PostgreSQL Weekly News - August 14 2005 ==
There are only five days left to submit a paper to the Open Source
Database Conference in Frankfurt, Germany. Entry form is at
At OSCON, SRA and Command Prompt shared a booth next to the PostgreSQL
community booth (immediately visible on entering the hall), with staff
for each mixing freely. Pervasive and EnterpriseDB were
enthusiastically present. Slides from OSCON 2005 are posted at
At Linuxworld Expo, EnterpriseDB was kind enough to donate goodies,
staff and 1/4 of their spacious booth to the PostgreSQL community.
Travelpost kindly sponsored the BoF(H).
Tom Lane has submitted a patch that keeps OID collisions from
occurring. This will help with unvacuumed databases, among other
Tom Copeland upgraded pgFoundry to GForge 4.0.2. This is part of a
multi-stage upgrade which will eventually result in support for
Subversion, private databases for each project, and a dedicated
pgFoundry server. Other new features should be apparent as well,
thanks to the GForge Project. Thanks to Tom for doing this.
PlanetPostgreSQL has a new home on postgresql.org servers.
If you want to write for the PostgreSQL Weekly News, please contact
David Fetter david(at)fetter(dot)org with your paragraph. You will get
attribution, and all mistakes are the editor's fault.
== PostgreSQL Product News ==
Mergeant 0.62 released. Download at
libgda/libgnomedb 1.3 released. Downloads at
JOOPS announces OfficeTalk for ProgreSQL.
== PostgreSQL in the News ==
OpenMFG and All-Linux Shop Power Next-Generation Hogs
General Bits: http://www.varlena.com/GeneralBits/
Vacuuming and bagging your constraints
PostgreSQL Weekly News brought to you this week by David Fetter, Josh
Berkus, Devrim GÃ¼ndÃ¼z and Robert Treat
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