Neil Conway <neilc(at)samurai(dot)com> writes:
> On Sun, 2003-01-05 at 18:05, Dave Page wrote:
>> Don't get me wrong, I personnally would prefer to remove them, however
>> unless we get suitable corporate sponsorship the servers still have to
>> be paid for somehow.
> Granted. I'm just trying to point out that putting ads on our webspace
> is a pretty serious problem. If that's the *only* way to keep
> postgresql.org, then so be it -- but perhaps there's another way to get
> the necessary funds, as Gavin suggested
I'm with Neil and Gavin on this: let's think about whether there's
another way to finance the website. Perhaps there isn't, but let's
at least take a hard look at it.
Marc has put a *lot* of his own money into supporting the Postgres
servers over the years. Maybe it's time for the rest of us to step up.
regards, tom lane
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