> How many people are you looking for? Is there a number or are you
> waiting for a good feeling?
The problem is not the number of people who like the patch, but the
number of people who are willing to refactor and maintain it. Right
now, if NEC decided to abandon Postgres, or if they decided that they
don't like the changes we make in order to merge it, we'd have nobody to
Given the amount of money which the security community represents, it
seems like at least a few of these people could become, or sponsor, code
I was hoping to support some of this effort through Sun when SEPostgres
was introduced, but that didn't happen.
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