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Tom Lane wrote:
> We're so close I can almost taste it ... Here are the open tasks
> I can see, does anyone have others?
> * What are we going to do with contrib/tsearch2? Probably not a beta
> stopper either, but it needs to be decided.
IMO, we loose contrib/tsearch2. I think it will be confusing and cause
problems to have both.
> I think we could possibly release 8.3beta1 on Monday, or certainly
> next week sometime. And I don't know about anyone else, but I'm
> antsy to get this thing out the door ...
Joshua D. Drake
> regards, tom lane
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