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Re: Design Strategy WAS: High-Profile Advocacy Opportunity:VbulletinForum

From: Thomas Hallgren <thhal(at)mailblocks(dot)com>
To: Josh Berkus <josh(at)agliodbs(dot)com>
Cc: pgsql-advocacy(at)postgresql(dot)org
Subject: Re: Design Strategy WAS: High-Profile Advocacy Opportunity:VbulletinForum
Date: 2004-06-24 21:45:22
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Josh,

There's no disagreement. I'm definitely in type #1 and yes, in order to 
get a good abstraction, you do need to spend time and resources. A 
project directed to a single customer seldom (almost never) have that 
luxury. An ISV who wants to please as large customer base as possible, 
might. The latter is also true for people like myself who deal with 
tools and infrastructure aimed primarily towards ISV's and organisations 
that do their own development.

Kind regards,

Thomas Hallgren



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