On Fri, Oct 2, 2015 at 12:50 PM, Joshua D. Drake <j...@commandprompt.com> wrote:
> I once drove a manual all the time. I swore by the manual. I loved the
> control, the feeling (ridiculously) that I was a race car driver on the
> Urban track.
> Then I got an automatic and realized how damn nice it was to not be in
> control or have to worry about whether or not I should shift at 3k RPMS or
> 4k RPMS. (Then I drove a manual on the wrong side of the road in Ireland and
> was even happier that I prefer automatics)
> We can't just point at something and say, "Oh that will work" because we
> haven't tried to see how it is going to work with our requirements.
> I wouldn't expect any customer to use postgresql because it has an Elephant
> as a mascot. I expect them to use it because it is the best choice for their
> requirements.

I don't know what this has to do with anything Andres said.

Robert Haas
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