> > No, Marc's attitude hasn't changed at all...pgsql-hackers is the
> > place where *development* issues take place, and it is the *only* list
> > where discussing *any* pre-release software. If someone on
> > pgsql-questions (a *GENERIC*, how to *USE* PostgreSQL list) is
> > interested,
> > they are more then welcome to join pgsql-hackers...
> Hey, I resemble that remark. But seriously I don't understand the need,
> in limiting the discussion of new features or patches to just this list.
> There are HACKERS-type things that pass through the QUESTIONS list all
> the time (usually posted to both). Of course I'll admit that I've never
> tried to manage anything with this scope or deal with the standard
> Postgres users (I know we can be annoying), so I do see the potential
> for the abuse. (Start accent here --) But here in Texas we don't shoot
> the horse until he's broken his leg (-- end accent).
I think it is just an attempt to limit the number of postings to the
questions group, so it does not get to busy and people drop off.
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