On Thu, 22 Jun 2000, Bruce Momjian wrote:
> The interesting part of this for me was:
> Very soon, important applications such as Apache, Samba, PostgreSQL,
> linuxconf, Sendmail, bind, Emacs, SSL, and SSH were up and running.
> There are now over 400 packages, both source and binaries, ready for use
> on Linux for S/390.
> Guess we are an important application now. :-)
You just now figuring that out, Bruce? :-) No, that was the part I thought
most interesting -- PostgreSQL being considered not just an important
application, but an important application running on a linux-powered mainframe
-- or am I the only one who gets the non-sequitur here? On a machine that runs
VM/ESA and more than likely DB2, CICS, etc, PostgreSQL is an important
application. On a mainframe. An IBM mainframe.
We are mentioned in the same sentence and with the same implications as Apache,
Sendmail, Bind, and Samba -- now that's classy.
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