Oleg Bartunov wrote:
> I'm for upgrading PostgreSQL-FR to PostgreSQL-EU, since this is
> a real european organization. I know Jean-Paul well and trust him.
Well that's what Damien just said the rest of PostgreSQLFR don't want to
do because of all the work they've put in making it French-specific.
It's a shame because it will mean more work, but I can understand their
> The real goal of PostgreSQL-EU is a common PostgreSQL certification
> program, not a donation, t-shirts and other bla-bla-thingies.
Err, no - I think it was only you that thought we should be doing that.
Every one I spoke to thought it would be a heck of a lot of ongoing work
for very little gain to the community, except those make a business of
training of course.
> Italian guys were very well doing PgDay-2007 in Prato and I'm also
> vote to continue PgDay in the same place. It's not expensive and
> friendly place.
I'd be very happy to visit Prato again - you're correct, it was very
well organised and a very nice place. There are also lots of other nice
places in Europe though - we should try others if there are people
willing to do the ground work locally.
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