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Re: [HACKERS] First mega-patch...

From: Andrew Martin <martin(at)biochemistry(dot)ucl(dot)ac(dot)uk>
To: pgsql-hackers(at)postgresql(dot)org
Subject: Re: [HACKERS] First mega-patch...
Date: 1998-03-17 10:50:32
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> The file can be found in
> and is hidden from public view... 
> *NOTE: This is not to be discussed in any other mailing list, period, or
>        you will lose your secret decoder ring, and we'll have to cut off
>        your hands so that you can't do the secret handshake anymore*
Geesh! Why the secrecy? Surely the more people who test it the better. Look
at the number of bugs that have turned up in the last 2 weeks since 6.3
was released - none of them *terribly* serious, but a fair number none
the less.

Has Marc suddenly taken some sort of commercial attitude???? (Give the
customer a product - who cares if it hasn't been tested by as many
people as possible - we can charge for an upgrade :-)

Yours puzzled!


Dr. Andrew C.R. Martin                             University College London
EMAIL: (Work) martin(at)biochem(dot)ucl(dot)ac(dot)uk    (Home) andrew(at)stagleys(dot)demon(dot)co(dot)uk
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