Tom Lane wrote:
Joe Conway <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> writes:
2) Knowing the trend to move stuff *out* of the PostgreSQL source tarball, and
assuming plr is released under GPL, is there any chance that it would be
accepted into src/pl or contrib, or should I start a gborg project (I'd prefer
if it could at least live in contrib)?
I think we'd have to insist on gborg. The only reason there are any
non-BSD-license items left in contrib is that I haven't finished my TODO
item to get their licenses changed or remove 'em.
Thanks for the confirmation. That's what I suspected.
If I am somehow able to release it
under a BSD license, would that change the answer (if so, I'll at least ask
the r-devel list about LGPL on the shared library)?
BSD would be good. I agree that it'll be a pain in the neck to
maintain a PL that is not in the main tree, so I'd support accepting it
if we can get the license right.
OK -- I'll see what they have to say about it over on r-devel.
3) The only major feature not yet developed is the ability to handle triggers.
Any strong feelings on whether this is necessary for a first release?
No. I'm not sure you'd really need triggers written in R ever ;-)
Yeah, that's what I figured too.
Thanks for the feedback!
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