This is probably offtopic. I need some advice about what to answer to
an email received in the ro(at)postgresql(dot)org mailbox.
Quoting tiberiu <tiberiu(dot)giurgescu(at)romsys(dot)ro>:
> We have a project which requires PostgreSQL 8.1 database.
> Because it is a EU financed project, we need a ISO certificate for the
> software product.
> If you can help us to obtain a copy of such a certificate, please help us,
> otherwise please forward this request to the right person.
> Give us a feedback soon as you can.
> Best regards,
> Tiberiu Giurgescu
"ISO certificate" is quite vague because there are different types of
He is probably asking about ISO 9001, for quality system.
I am tempted to answer that we are not ISO certified. And to explain
that we will
probably never have such a certificate because in an opensource
project it is not
possible to force everyone to work according to some strict procedures .
Is this correct ?
I'm wondering whether it's true that all EU financed projects must use
from ISO-certified sources .
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