On 01/05/11 22:30, Markus Wanner wrote:
> On 12/28/2010 05:15 PM, Mike Ellsworth wrote:
>> 2010/12/28 silly sad <sad(at)bestmx(dot)ru>:
>>> is it allowed here to post info on a web start-up project powered by
> Quite some announcements for related products come by on this list.
> It's probably a matter of style, whether or not something is considered
> an annoying ad or good information.
>> Possibly add a page to the wiki:
> Again, depends on the type of information, IMO. Product (or company)
> announcements are not a good fit for a wiki. However, if you want to
> document more permanently that your company (or product) uses, likes,
> improves or somehow else fiddles with Postgres, it might be a good place
> to do so.
Uses, likes, and very _depends_ on PostgreSQL.
the product is designed to utilize as much advantages of PostgreSQL as
I programmed entire (so called) "business logic" in plpgsql stored
functions (security definer). Revoke any insert/update privilege from
and if it is not an annoying ad, the product is located at
i would be glad to answer any questions.
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