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From: Robert Treat <xzilla(at)users(dot)sourceforge(dot)net>
To: pgsql-announce(at)postgresql(dot)org
Date: 2004-12-29 04:26:22
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== PostgreSQL Weekly News - December 28th 2004 ==

    The core group is preparing to release an RC3 relatively soon, with only a 
couple of issues still being looked at. This should be the last RC before 
final release, but as always it will depend on what, if any, issues turn up. 

    Given the combination of late release cycle and holiday schedule, the list 
of fixes this week is really tiny. An issue with start up when clog was 
stopped exactly on a page boundary was fixed. A memory leak that had been 
introduced into VACUUM FULL when dealing with expressional or predicate 
indexes was fixed. File inclusion in pg_hba.conf was fixed to work as 
documented while also allowing for absolute paths in @file constructs. 
Finally, libpq will now default to "localhost" connections on machines that 
do not support Unix-domain sockets rather than failing. 

    Of course the other big news from last week was the lunch of the new 
PostgreSQL website. Long in the making, the efforts have paid off nicely with 
a much improved interface and layout for the PostgreSQL web presence. Kudos 
to everyone who helped make it happen. 

== PostgreSQL Product News ==

pgmemcache-1.0 rc1 released.

Round-Robin SQL Initial Release

== PostgreSQL In The News ==

PostgreSQL Gets New Website, 8.0 Release Candidate

== PostgreSQL Events ==

Linux Solutions: Paris, France: February 1-3
PostgreSQL will have a booth with several community members who are attending

== PostgreSQL Weekly News - December 28th 2004 ==
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