Yeah, the registration was painless and enough options to disable it annoying you. Count my vote cast for PostgreSQL. I encourage everyone else to do the same. In the big picture, marketing statements like this survey mean alot more than most technical folks want to acknowledge.
Please vote for your favorite database.


Peter Childs wrote:

On Thu, 2 Jan 2003, Marc G. Fournier wrote:

Just got this in my mailbox:

2002 Members Choice Awards:

And we are way behind MySQL (like, d'ah!):

The problem, of course, is that you have to be a registered member to
vote, so its not an 'open poll' ...

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Open Poll? Its free to register, so really its to try and stop people voting twice. They don't even want that much data just your E-Mail address. (The rest is optional)
The problem with Web Polls is that people can always vote more than once making any result totally meaning less what ever you do. Ensuring an election is anoumous, free and fare is VERY difficult.

Peter Childs

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