> The issues that aren't clear are:
> 1) do all mirrors get listed?
I would say not as corporate sponsors possibly something else?
> 2) does documentation "count" as much as code?
> 3) do add-ins count if they are completely externally hosted?
> 4) If yes to (3), do they still count if they are not OSS?
> "stingy" with listings; for the same reason, I wouldn't suggest "expiring"
> companies unless they go out of business.
I think personally that there should be an expiration date to some
level. What if they up and decide they want to be a MySQL shop and stop
> However, before you give an opinion, you should be aware that under that set
> of rules, Elein's company Varlena LLC would not be listed with "corporate
> sponsors", despite providing the quite valuable "General Bits". While very
> useful, 100% PG-oriented, and free, GB is "all rights reserved" and hosted
> entirely at Varlena.com.
So the question is what would it take to get Elein's company listed?
Based on the above I see:
She just has to Open Source general bits? I would be o.k. with that.
> So, opinions?
One of the reasons I believe it is very important to support externally
hosted projects/sites is that in reality, the PostgreSQL infrastructure
doesn't support the needs of many projects.
I don't think we should punish projects because their primary
development platform is Linux instead of FreeBSD or EGAD Windows.
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