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PostgreSQL Conference West to sponsor feature development

From: "Joshua D(dot) Drake" <jd(at)commandprompt(dot)com>
To: pgsql-announce(at)postgresql(dot)org
Subject: PostgreSQL Conference West to sponsor feature development
Date: 2011-07-13 19:11:53
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July 11, 2011, Muck City Alabama

#PgWest, the West Coast PostgreSQL Conference is pleased to announce the 
first in a series of PostgreSQL.Org community initiatives. Sponsored 
PostgreSQL Feature Development.

The Conference is already the largest direct financial contributor to 
the PostgreSQL community but money isn't always what the community 
needs. One of the things our community needs is a way to create a stable 
financial environment for developers to receive compensation for 
development they are performing.

The PostgreSQL Conference series is also the single largest collection 
of PostgreSQL people (and companies) with wallets and every six months 
we get together to learn, party and network all in the name of 
PostgreSQL. This year we are also going to raise money for feature 

There will be up to 5 feature proposals on the table from multiple 
developers at the conference. One of the goals of the conference will be 
to fully fund those proposals before the end of the conference. Further 
information will be forthcoming on the process to submit your proposal.

See you in September (09/27 - 09/30) at the San Jose Convention Center 
and remember the call for papers is still open:

Thanks to our sponsors:

Open Hosting, Inc.
Command Prompt, Inc. -
PostgreSQL Support, Training, Professional Services and Development
The PostgreSQL Conference -
@cmdpromptinc - @postgresconf - 509-416-6579

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