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pgAdmin website problems(?)

From: "Martin J(dot) Brown, Jr(dot)" <mjbjr(at)mjbjr(dot)com>
To: pgAdmin <pgadmin-support(at)postgresql(dot)org>
Subject: pgAdmin website problems(?)
Date: 2003-07-09 08:21:13
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Sorry to send this to the list, but there's no link for a webmaster.
If I'm correct in my observations/questions, hopefully, the responsible
party will see this message.

I had a few issues with the pgAdmin web site, particularly in regards to

filename discrepancy(?)...
while most files are named as expected, on the page:

3 files have 'Alpha' in the name, i.e.,  'pgadmin3-Alpha-src.tar.gz'.
Since all of pgAdminIII files are alpha, and 'Alpha' is capitalized,
one could suspect these files are hardware specific for the 'Alpha' cpu,
except that there's one for Win32, which, if IIRC, doesn't run on the
'Alpha' chip (at least, not any longer ?).

What's the story on the 'Alpha' files?
If not for the cpu, why is 'Alpha' capitalized?

On this page:

there are 'wxWindows' files, such as:


Whats the nature of this file?
Does it install a complete separate wxWindows installation that could be
used by other programs, or is it somehow embedded into the pgadmin
binary (i.e., static(?))?

Why aren't there 'README.TXT' files for download dirs.

Also, there is no link to the wxWindows web site that I can find, not
even on the 'Links' page.  There should be links to all required software.

And no link to the webmaster or other site creation authority.

Thank you for your time.

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