> From: "Josh Berkus" <j...@agliodbs.com>
> >How can we make beta testing better and more effective? How can we get
> >more users to actually throw serious workloads at new versions and share
> >the results?
> >I've tried a couple of things over the last two years and they haven't
> >worked all that well. Since we're about to go into another beta testing
> >period, we need something new. Ideas?
> I've had a look at the mail for 9.3 beta 1:
This call for testing is interesting: note there was not a single
mention of foreign key locking getting a huge change, and please test it
and see whether it still works at all for you. I asked Josh
specifically to mention it in a followup to this message which you can
see in that thread. There was no reply, which I took as "this isn't a
new feature and isn't user visible anyway, so what would be the point?"
But hey, what the hell do I know about advocacy anyway, huh? So I shut
Álvaro Herrera http://www.2ndQuadrant.com/
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