2009/1/9 Joshua D. Drake <jd(at)commandprompt(dot)com>:
> On Fri, 2009-01-09 at 15:17 -0300, Alvaro Herrera wrote:
>> Joshua D. Drake wrote:
>> If we were to follow this principle, we should have
>> pgevents.org for events
>> pgdocs.org for documentation
>> pglists.org for mailing lists
>> pgsupport.org for commercial support
>> pgcommunity.org for community matters
>> pgversions.org for listing supported versions
IMHO I think that pgday.org is not a bad idea, i fact is a more
comercial idea than
'wiki'. Why? Because we know he existence of where is the information, but
some people who use postgres 'just for work' don't really know where is exactly
every little thing i the 'big' domain.
It's true that we must make better the things that already exists, but
is true that
the project grow much more than a few years ago. There is more people involved
and the project need be a little less centralized.
> And no, I didn't say that.
>> Some more random ideas:
>> Oh wait ...
> Having a wide, diverse and vibrant community is not a bad thing. The
> meglo-community idea is a bad one. Diversity is good.
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