"David Fetter" <david(at)fetter(dot)org> writes:
> Please explain your reasoning here. The project has taken nasty hits
> on its infrastructure already (pgfoundry) because the author of the
> software had a go-it-alone, I-know-best attitude that sooner than
> later forced us to fork. As a direct consequence, pgfoundry now needs
> a redo that will take a pgfoundry administrator many of work in their
> "ample spare time."
> Let's not cause more pinch points here.
Well sure, but I'm not sure the software used to distribute the program makes
the main difference there. I don't know much about the two programs, what
makes you think one is more of a go-it-alone style of development than the
Get trained by Bruce Momjian - ask me about EnterpriseDB's PostgreSQL training!
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