Joshua D. Drake wrote:
> Dave Page wrote:
>> Joshua D. Drake wrote:
>>> Dave Page wrote:
>>>> Joshua D. Drake wrote:
>>>>> If we want to list this on PostgreSQL.Org I have no problem with it if
>>>>> the page also includes links to the complete source (including
>>>>> installer). It currently doesn't that I can see.
>>>> The installer source isn't there yet largely because it's currently
>>>> changing daily and isn't yet ready for public consumption, however we
>>>> will be publishing it, probably with the next beta.
>>>> There is no precedent for what you request though - we've never had any
>>>> sort of policy requiring anything on the site to be fully Open Source,
>>>> in fact quite the opposite.
>>> You sure about that? Why is there not a Replicator link...
>> Because it's *commercial* and thus is on the Commercial Software page?
>> (or would be, had you asked for it to be added).
> Well color me misinformed if you would be so kind to add this to the
> commercial page :)
> Command Prompt PostgreSQL Replicator
> Mammoth PostgreSQL + Replication, is 100% pure PostgreSQL with
> integrated replication. Written in pure C, the Mammoth PostgreSQL +
> Replication is a powerful addition to the Command Prompt PostgreSQL line
> of products. It is designed specifically with reliability in mind and it
> works with the Open Source and Command Prompt versions of PostgreSQL.
> Mammoth PostgreSQL + Replication supports asynchronous replication and
> is designed to be WAN tolerant.
Added, but as "Mammoth PostgreSQL + Replication", because that's the
only thing I can find it referenced to anywhere - including that piece
of text you just wrote! :-)
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