Dave Page wrote:
> Right - this is the key point to avoid the possibility of confusion or
> competition I was worried about. To clarify my thinking:
> - If there is a local user group, you must join that, which
> automatically gets you membership in PG-EU.
> - If there is no local group, you may join PG-EU directly.
> So, if you live in France, you can *only* join PostgreSQLFr, but in
> doing so, you also become a member of PG-EU.
> If you live in Portugal, you have no local group, therefore join PG-EU directly.
> I would then expect that PG-EU would help and encourage direct members
> to form their own regional groups in the long term.
I agree, my only concern being that people living in countries with a
local user group are required to pay, while others are not (if PG-EU
membership is free). To me, it's somewhat discouraging people to form
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