Welcome back to PostgreSQL!
Tatsuo Ishii
SRA OSS, Inc. Japan
English: http://www.sraoss.co.jp/index_en.php

> Hello,
> Long time no see.  I'm back.
> Although you may not remember me, I was certainly here more than a year ago, 
> submitting tiny patches for bug fixes and trivial functionalities, and 
> reviewing/testing patches from others.  That was a fruitful and fun time for 
> me.  Thank you a lot for helping me.
> After that, I had to stay away from the community for some reason.  Now, I'd 
> be happy if I can contribute to PostgreSQL again.  But please excuse me for 
> my slow restart, as the blank period needs some rehabilitation.
> Let me briefly introduce myself.  I'm MauMau, this is a nickname at home.     
>  And I'm Takayuki Tsunakawa, a male database engineer who works for Fujitsu 
> in Japan.  I'm now able to participate in the community activity at work.
> I've been visually impaired since birth, and now I'm almost blind (can only 
> sense the light).  I'm using screen reader software to use PCs and 
> smartphones.  As I'm using pgindent, I'm sure the source code style won't be 
> bad.  But I might overlook some styling problems like indentation in the 
> documentation patches.  I'd appreciate it if you could introduce a nice 
> editor for editing SGML/XML documents.
> I'm excited to join the great PostgreSQL community.  I'm dreaming PostgreSQL 
> will evolve from the current "most advanced open source database" to "most 
> popular and advanced database".  In that respect, I want to expand the 
> PostgreSQL ecosystem (interoperability with other software), as well as 
> adding new features.  Let me consult you about how to expand the ecosystem in 
> another thread soon.
> Finally, I'm wondering what direction PostgreSQL is headed for.  Especially, 
> I'm curious about whether PostgreSQL will become a MPP database for OLTP and 
> analytics by integrating with Postgres-XL/XC.  I don't yet figure out which 
> segment PostgreSQL should aim for, now that Hadoop family is prominent in 
> analytics and MySQL is still more popular in Web apps.  I'd like to know what 
> community people are seeing in the future of PostgreSQL.
> Regards
> MauMau

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