Neil Conway wrote:
> Justin Clift <justin(at)postgresql(dot)org> writes:
> > Does anyone here have experience with creating newsletters and
> > similar?
> I was thinking of doing something similar: writing a "Kernel
> Traffic"-like summary of the discussions on -hackers, on a weekly or
> bi-weekly basis. I was thinking of making it more developer oriented,
> but I think there is room for several publications that try to
> summarize different aspects of PostgreSQL-related communication.
> Would anyone be interested in seeing this?
Interesting idea. Sounds worth looking into as well. :)
> While I'm at it, a PostgreSQL Wiki might be worth having as well...
Definitely. Am presently testing out some Wiki stuff with a view to
make something worthwhile that we can all use to collaborate through.
Am new to Wiki's, so it could be interesting.
Regards and best wishes,
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