Jeff Davis wrote:
> On Tue, 2006-08-29 at 19:20 +0200, Peter Eisentraut wrote:
>> Jeff Davis wrote:
>>> Clearly, there is a huge difference in the overall application. The
>>> PostgreSQL entry was done quickly, and the author probably didn't
>>> understand the terms of the contest entirely, let alone have the time
>>> to optimize his entry.
>> I don't think you should make these kinds of insulting judgements
>> without research.
> The author himself said he didn't have time. I didn't mean to be
> insulting, and I apologize if I was. 120 versus 3000 seems like the
> MySQL entry guys were operating with an entirely separate set of
> assumptions, and spent much more time optimizing it and determining the
> exact contest requirements.
I didn't find it insulting.
Joshua D. Drake
> Jeff Davis
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