> From what I recall of prior discussions, there is rough consensus that
> the two types of facilities you mentioned (setting up default ACLs to be
> applied at creation of objects created later, and providing a way to
> change multiple objects' permissions with one GRANT) are desirable,
> though there is plenty of argument about the details. Neither of these
> result in creating any new sources of permissions --- a given object's
> ACL is still the whole truth.
yeah, that's why I've been working on that approach. It doesn't
simplify things as much as some DBAs might want, but it's the most
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