David G Johnston <david.g.johns...@gmail.com> writes:
> If we are planning on keeping this rule, which it seems like at least a few
> people feel is too stringent, maybe we can consider releasing an Alpha
> version and communicate the expectation that an initdb will be required to
> go from the alpha to beta1.  Then hopefully, but not certainly, no initdb
> needed once in the beta phase.  Basically convert beta1 into an alpha with
> that single policy/expectation change.

I think that would just amount to adding a month of dead time in what is
already a very long beta cycle.  Our past experience with releasing things
called "alphas" has been that people don't test them.

                        regards, tom lane

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