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Re: [GENERAL] POLL: Women-sized t-shirts for PostgreSQL

From: Owen Hartnett <owen(at)clipboardinc(dot)com>
To: pgsql-general(at)postgresql(dot)org,"PostgreSQL Advocacy List" <pgsql-advocacy(at)postgresql(dot)org>
Subject: Re: [GENERAL] POLL: Women-sized t-shirts for PostgreSQL
Date: 2007-11-22 20:08:56
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At 3:30 PM -0800 11/21/07, Selena Deckelmann wrote:
>I have been looking into getting some woman-sized PostgreSQL shirts,
>in addition to the more typical men-sized tshirts. The particular
>style is American Apparel shirts, style # 2102. They are "normal
>looking" t-shirts, just proportioned a bit more correctly for a
>woman's body. The shirt says 'PostgreSQL' in small print on the front,
>and has the big elephant logo on the back. We'll most likely ask for a
>$20 donation to the PostgreSQL non-profit for each shirt.
>So, I'm conducting a small poll:
>If you are interested in a woman-sized shirt, please EMAIL ME DIRECTLY
>with a quantity, and size (XS, S, M, L, XL). If you would not wear a
>PostgreSQL woman-sized shirt yourself, please consider whether you
>would maybe get one as a gift for someone else this holiday season :)

In answer to your query, I believe the following SQL would do it:

Select count(*), size from postgresqlusers
where gender = 'female' or hasFemaleAcquaintance group by size;

If this doesn't work, what version are you using?'re running a POLL!  Never mind.


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