On 09/02/2010 15:22, Dave Page wrote:
> On Tue, Feb 9, 2010 at 1:56 PM, Federico Di Gregorio <fog(at)initd(dot)org> wrote:
>> Btw, I was
>> at FOSDEM as probably other PostgreSQL people were and all this could
>> have been discussed while drinking a couple of beers if only someone
>> cared to contact me.
> Hmm, I resent that. As one of the people at FOSDEM a) I had no idea
> you were there and b) I was extremely busy pretty much the whole time
> I was there, and c) like what I would guess is the majority of PG
> people there, I don't use python or psycopg.
> Meeting at conferences is great (and I wish you had popped over to the
> PG booth to say hi *and* attended the database dinner with us), but
> it's no substitute for the mailing lists in which everyone can be
That would have been great. I fact I stepped by the PG boot and had a
little chitchat with some people but I don't usually go around yelling
«Oh ahi!, I am psycopg developer». Anyway, meeting other people involved
in free software is always great, so let hope to get all there next
FOSDEM or to meet at some other conference.
Federico Di Gregorio <mailto:fog(at)initd(dot)org> <jid:fog(at)jabber(dot)linux(dot)it>
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