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Dave Page wrote:
> Andrew Sullivan wrote:
>> I don't think we need to get all
>> PostgreSQL-certified on people.
> So you'd be happy for *anyone* to organise an event and advertise it as
> an official PGDG event? We already know there are unscrupulous training
> companies out there that are happy to use extremely questionable methods
> to make a few quid. It's no real stretch for them or other companies to
> put on a conference (or claim to).
>> Who would do the certification?
> I'm not suggesting 'certification'. Just that -advocacy is happy to give
> any given event an OK to bill themselves as an official conference. It's
> a transparent forum, and includes a bunch of people who would know
> immediately that there's not going to be any reason to object in most
> cases because it's someone we know pitching the event.
I think this is reasonable "if" we have a reasonable set of guidelines.
Similar to how we set forth the presence for booths.
Which reminds me that needs to get up on the wiki.
Joshua D. Drake
> Regards, Dave
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