On Sat, Feb 26, 2011 at 04:52, Josh Berkus <josh(at)agliodbs(dot)com> wrote:
> On 2/25/11 11:10 AM, Greg Smith wrote:
>> As far as further working on that page, I would recommend waiting until
>> you get a clear ruling here on the appropriateness of your page for the
>> Wiki before spending any more time working on it. I doubt the page
>> needs to get deleted altogether such that you'll lose all of the time
>> you put into it. It may just need to be rewritten to be consistent with
>> the goal of the wiki--user-oriented documentation related to
>> PostgreSQL. That's not really my decision to make though, just giving
>> my personal opinion.
> I'm more wondering what Mike expects to get out of a page on the wiki.
> It would actually be appropriate (in my opinion) to have a section of
> the wiki where people could expand on commercial applications which were
> based on/ran on PostgreSQL if they wanted. But barring someone putting
We already have such a section on the main website, I suggest we keep
just one. If a vendor wants a wiki, they can use their own wiki - and
link it from our main website.
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