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Re: Just wanted to say thanks for a great tool

From: Brian Modra <epailty(at)googlemail(dot)com>
To: Steve Crawford <scrawford(at)pinpointresearch(dot)com>
Cc: Mary Anderson <maryfran(at)demog(dot)berkeley(dot)edu>, "Campbell, Lance" <lance(at)illinois(dot)edu>, pgsql-admin(at)postgresql(dot)org
Subject: Re: Just wanted to say thanks for a great tool
Date: 2009-11-21 13:52:10
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Please excuse me if my posting is off-topic, but this is at least
closely related to this email thread.

See below...

2009/11/20 Steve Crawford <scrawford(at)pinpointresearch(dot)com>:
> So if you have a success-story, consider contributing for the benefit of the
> project as a case-study, success-story, etc. For ideas/examples, see:
> Some of those pages have either a contact or submit-story link. There is
> also a separate "advocacy" mailing list.

I looked at those lists, but it seems you need to be "someone" to get
your quote or comment included, which would not allow me to post
anything, as a small company.

I have created an open source project that uses PostgreSQL as its
database, and I think this qualifies as a "case study", or as
"supporting PostgreSQL", more concrete than writing an email of
thanks. But I am thankful, and also I'd like to put something back, in
the form of my oopen source, which I'd like to advertise somehow to
the PostgreSQL users. I joined the psql-announce list, and tried to
email them, but my posting got filtered out and discarded. I emailed
the owner, but got no reply.

How do I advertise my project which uses PostgreSQL ?

> Cheers,
> Steve
> Mary Anderson wrote:
>> Me too.  we have been using PostreSQL for three years now in the
>> demography department at UC Berkeley.  It is great.  My specs from my
>> academic boss were roughly "Put all conceivable demographic data from any
>> source into this data base" -- which lead to an ingeniously complex schema
>> which could not have been implemented five or ten years ago.  Postgres has
>> the power to handle it.   But we did have one database crash during those
>> three years.
>> Mary
>> Brian Modra wrote:
>>> I also would like to thank the PostgreSQL developers. I've been using
>>> it for the last 3 years as the database for a vehicle tracking system.
>>> It never fails, its easy to use, and its efficient.
>>> I'm also using it for my open source project "The Karoo Project" as
>>> the database.
>>> Brian
>>> 2009/11/19 Campbell, Lance <lance(at)illinois(dot)edu>:
>>>> My department at the University of Illinois has been using PostgreSQL
>>>> for
>>>> seven years.  We generate around 2 to 4 million pages of dynamic web
>>>> content
>>>> each month through a single PostgreSQL database.  Two weeks ago we
>>>> upgraded
>>>> from PostgreSQL 8.2 to 8.4.  It is running great.  As a software
>>>> architect I
>>>> know that many times you only hear about the issues or complaints people
>>>> have.  I just wanted to let you know that your team is doing a great
>>>> job.
>>>> Thanks again for making PostgreSQL such a wonderful product.
>>>> Lance Campbell
>>>> Project Manager/Software Architect/DBA
>>>> Web Services at Public Affairs
>>>> 217-333-0382

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