I think this is really cool, and well worth highlighting throughout the site(s).
Nice job, Stefan.
On 7/20/2007 11:44 AM Stefan Kaltenbrunner wrote:
> Mike Ellsworth wrote:
>> Borrowing from the current "What's New" thread, I think this link:
>> is a good, quick read. As a combination web/advocacy issue -may not be
>> a bad idea (assuming it is current) to have it as an additional link
>> under 'Shortcuts' with the label of "Coming Soon".
> well that one I(as the one who created most of it) still consider an
> experiment and I'm not really happy with the presentation yet so I think
> its too soon (and maybe the developerwiki is also the wrong thing to
> place that kind of stuff) to make it a more official resource.
> Things I would want to get feedback on before are at least:
> *) how to represent stuff that are improvements to existing
> functionality (like lower memory usage for a range of operations or
> faster joins or better plan selection for some scenarios)
> *) what about the representation itself - I don't think the list as it
> is is meaningful at all to the "mere mortal". I guess some of the items
> would need a sentence or two to explain them.
> *) should this really be some sort of official material at all
> (considering we already have proper changelogs and releasenotes)
> *) crosslinking with the manual ?
> *) proofreading is required
> +) what considers "noteworthy" new stuff and what not ?
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