> I wouldn't mind seeing people be a little more vocal on the hackers list
> about what they plan to be doing, just so that there's not duplication
> of effort. But trying to assemble that into some sort of published
> Master Plan sounds to me like just a recipe for making ourselves look
> foolish when the Plan ends up having little relationship to reality.
The things I would _like_ to do:
* Combine pg_dump and pg_dumpall into a single binary with common
options, allowing a full cluster custom format dump.
* Make psql backwards compatible like pg_dump is
* Work with a few of the IRC guys on a pgsql version of SQL*Loader.
This would be a rad high speed data loader, with overflow files of rows
that couldn't be loaded, etc.
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