On 01/06/2016 03:57 PM, Jim Nasby wrote:
On 1/6/16 5:51 PM, Tom Lane wrote:
Having said that, it occurs to me that one way to contribute without
actually writing C code would be to try to drive those unfinished
discussions to consensus, and come up with specs for features that people
agree are well-thought-out.  Conversely, establishing a consensus that a
proposal is a bad idea and it should go away from the list would be a
useful activity.


+1.

Somewhat related to that, I don't believe there's any reason why commit
fest managers need to be committers; it seems like the job is really
just about reading through email activity to see where things are at.

Agreed. That is a great way for people to contribute that aren't "hackers".

JD



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