> > On 29-Jun-99 Jackson, DeJuan wrote:
> > > Would a PostgreSQL / PHP solution be practical for the Feature/Bug
> > > (I'm thinking specifically of the mirrors here.)
> > > -DEJ
> > How 'bout JitterBug? http://samba.anu.edu.au/jitterbug/
> > or GNATS: http://www.cs.utah.edu/csinfo/texinfo/gnats/gnats.html
> I've tried GNATs, and didn't really like it...its worked effectively at
> FreeBSD, but...
> Ouch, JitterBug looks painful :(
> I'm willing to install either, but I think that GNATs, from what I'm used
> to of it, is the better one, since it allows for email based bug
Will it allow for feature requests as well as bug reports/updates?
And how will this affect the mirrors? Do they have to install the
same software? Will they get static bug report pages that they update once
I have no clue how the mirroring works.
> > >> > Folks,
> > >> >
> > >> > Not sure if this is the right place to request this, but here are
> > >> > things I, as a satisfied user of PostgreSQL, would like to see done
> > >> > I'd be glad to help where I can). All of these are just
> > >> > geared to the care and feeding of the PostgreSQL user community.
> > >>
> > >> These are all good ideas. The problem is getting someone to devote
> > >> time to it. We normally focus on announcing features as they are
> > >> completed, not tracking features and request counts. They would be
> > >> value, but we have to weigh the value against actual development
> > >>
> > >> It would certainly be nice to have all the things you mention, but
> > >> considering our time is limited, I think we are properly allocating
> > >> time we have.
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