if you look for Links to PostgreSQL-Software, try the
www.postgresql.de -> Software
I've searched the Internet and wrote a list; not perfectly and complete,
but very many items and the Links should be correct.
Unfortunetally some descriptions are only in german... (If you've some
I can help you)
The main-sections, i used, are:
1. PostgreSQL-Standarddistribution = the Software in the official
2. Erweiterungen für PostgreSQl, außerhalb der Distribution =
PostgreSQL-Enhancements outside the distro
3. Software für/for PostgreSQL
4. Projekte mit PostgreSQL = PostgreSQL-projects
4. Weitere Software für PostgreSQL finden = find another
I hope, my list is helpful. If something is wrong, please send me
Dave Page wrote:
> I agree that the site does need better links to software and related
> projects. I've just had a look at the site to remind myself, and it is
> difficult to find things (as I recall I previously used to look at the
> listing of the additional software on the distribution CD if I wanted
> know what else was out there).
> Perhaps 3 sections:
> Interfaces/APIs (ODBC, JDBC etc)
> Tools (pgAdmin, pgBash etc.)
> Application Software
> The third section is one I would be interested in. My staff and I are
> writing software for PostgreSQL that maybe of use to others, and I'm
> others must be doing the same (either commercial or open source - in
> fact if
> any has any financial ledgers...). I appreciate that the User Gallery
> (intended as) a listing of what PostgreSQL is being used for/with, but
> perhaps a more moderated list of what people can actually download or
> would attract more potential users.
> Network & Systems Manager, The Vale Housing Association.
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> > -----Original Message-----
> > From: Byron Nikolaidis [mailto:byron(dot)nikolaidis(at)home(dot)com]
> > Sent: 12 November 1999 01:03
> > To: pgsql-interfaces(at)postgreSQL(dot)org
> > Cc: The Hermit Hacker; Thomas Lockhart; Peter Mount; Dave Page
> > Subject: THE Postgres WEB SITE
> > Is it just me, or is it very difficult to find things on the
> > web site??
> > For example, I would like to download Pgaccess, or PgAdmin,
> > or the JDBC
> > driver, yet there are no links that I can find to these things on
> > web site?
> > If a person needs the odbc or jdbc driver, or *ANY* interface to the
> > Postgres database, one would think he should be able to find it (or
> > links to it) from the main Postgres site, right?
> > Why put people through the aggravation of trying to hunt down
> > and so forth? We do want to attract users don't we?
> > I get at least 3 or 4 emails a day asking where the odbc driver
> > Usually it reads something like this one that I just got:
> > "Where can I get the latest Postgres ODBC client for windows?
> > looked on
> > the
> > website and only found linux binaries and source."
> > What's up with that?
> > Byron
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