On Jan 25, 2008, at 9:01 PM, Joshua D. Drake wrote:
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> I was talking with a peer about the particular PGEU problem that I am
> currently arguing on the following thread:
> I wanted to see if I could explain my position outside of the
> thread to
> allow the thread to stay productive.
I am not sure if this all increases productivity here ...
> I am aware that there are variable levels of cultural idioms in all
> countries. Americans have theirs, Canadians, Germans... all of them.
> Whenever I make a comment about the succinct nature of PeterE's
> responses, the response I get back is, "He's German". It's not
> derogatory, it's a statement of a particular cultural perspective.
I know Peter personally and I just wanted to mention one thing: Peter
is one of the most experienced PostgreSQL hackers out there.
I can only point out that Peter's postings are based on facts and
that he is doing good work - in fact he has been contributing to the
project more than many others on the list and he has done so for many
He is a man of code - I wish we had more of those people.
Personally I think it makes absolutely no sense to open this
discussion here and it does not bring us anywhere.
Don't take it personal but in my opinion this is a totally useless
I cannot see what this thread might be good for ...
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