On 04/13/2016 06:05 PM, Andres Freund wrote:

On 2016-04-13 09:38:39 +0100, Simon Riggs wrote:
If we want this in 9.7

I desperately want logical replication for 9.7. And I'm planning to put
in a good chunk of work to make that happen in some way.

I don't see a need for it to be in -core but I certainly see a need for a solid replacement to something like Slony.

we'll need lots of people's support, design commentary and assistance
with bug fixing.

I think realistically that requires interested parties to collaborate on
one repository, otherwise the latencies are going to be too big. Us
being in different timezones and part of separate companies with
different schedules it's very hard to arrange having time to intensely
work together on a project.

Absolutely. If people (who are not 2Q) are going to put energy into this, it should be in an open, collaborative fashion just like any other open source project.

The only reason I currently bothered with what I did is because I needed to update a presentation. Had that not been the case, I wouldn't have touched it because it (AFAICT) is not developed in the proper open source way. That may or may not be intentional but I know it affects who is willing to do things like test and provide feedback.



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