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On Fri, 14 Dec 2007 21:42:15 +0000
Dave Page <dpage(at)postgresql(dot)org> wrote:
> Joshua D. Drake wrote:
> > One could be said the same about France and Germany, although I
> > don't the French and Germans feel that way... Or the Brits and
> > Irish.
> France and Germany are seperated by language so I don't think they
> count. As a Brit I certainly feel much closer (not just
> geographically) to our Irish neighbours than the US or Canada.
> In any case, I agree with Simon on this one - we should list
> geographically diverse contacts on the press releases whereever
> possible, if only to illustrate how global our presence is.
I believe the contacts should be geographically located to the region
in which the PR will be presented.
E.g; if you have UK press that this will go to, then absolutely lets
get the UK contact listed for those. However if it is U.S. Press it
needs to be North American Contacts, preferrably U.S. contacts.
Joshua D. Drake
P.S. Canadians and Americans do not think they speak the same
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