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Re: Time to start the PR machine

From: Javier Soltero <javier(dot)soltero(at)hyperic(dot)net>
To: PostgreSQL advocacy <pgsql-advocacy(at)postgresql(dot)org>
Subject: Re: Time to start the PR machine
Date: 2005-09-30 17:23:57
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Ouch :)

I did read the release, man. Sorry if that didnt come through in my  
comments. I just wanted to advocate we stick to mentioning the  
license in the "ABOUT" section rather than calling it out in every  

Javier Soltero
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On Sep 30, 2005, at 10:20 AM, Josh Berkus wrote:

> Javier, Josh, Mitch, etc.:
>> How about instead looking at this issue by trying to define a  
>> short  statement about postgres which should be included in every  
>> release,
> You know, all of your feedback would be *much* more useful if you  
> actually read the release I have up, currently.   I'll repeat,  
> because nobody on *this* thread has once referred to this fact:
> The "ABOUT POSTGRESQL" statement contains a mention of the BSD  
> license and its business-friendliness.
> Now, all of you, please read the release and make comments on  
> what's actually there, thanks.
> The question is not whether we need to mention our license.    
> That's already there.  It's whether it needs more emphasis than  
> it's already getting, like the phrase "released under the flexible  
> BSD license" in the first paragraph.
> --Josh
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