2007-08-27_14:49:54-0400 Stefan Kaltenbrunner <stefan(at)kaltenbrunner(dot)cc>:
> I don't think that name change is buying us anything except _TONS_ of
Ditto that. Keep PostgreSQL.
* It's google'able. Think of all of the documentation out there which
refers to PostgreSQL. When people start searching for 'postgres'
they'll get virtually nothing.
* Why 'Postgres'? Any marketing effort this large should start from
scratch, and consider all possibilities, not just default to something
barely different for the sake of easing the terrible pronunciation
* Maybe some people don't like PostgreSQL, but why assume everyone likes
'Postgres' better. I don't.
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