> This year we've founded local (Czech/Slovak) PostgreSQL User Group, with
> the aim to promote PostgreSQL as a powerful and reliable database
Cool! Were you aware of the Prague PostgreSQL User Group? Are you in
touch with Pavel, Zdenek, etc.? Let us know if you want to hold an event.
> - Is there a project that does this? A directory of freelancers in a
> nearby area (e.g. a company located in a city needs freelancers who
> work/live nearby).
Well, there's http://www.postgresql.org/support/professional_support.
This app needs a lot of love, but I think it's what you should start
with, partly since you would have data ready to go.
> - Would such project help to promote PostgreSQL in your country, or is it
> a problem specific to our country? In other words, does it make sense to
> build a 'global' directory or should we stick with a strictly local one?
> - If you're a freelancer, would you use such project?
Given the number of listings on the page above, clearly yes.
Also, I want your domain. ;-)
-- Josh Berkus
PostgreSQL Experts Inc.
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