On Thu, Jul 7, 2016 at 8:53 PM, Simon Riggs <si...@2ndquadrant.com> wrote:
>> I thought I sat through, at least, most of it, but you barely gave
>> anyone else a chance to talk, which kind of misses the point of an
>> unconference.  The portion which I attended was not about how to move
>> the development of the feature forward, but just involved describing
>> it.  I thought it was a shame that the time wasn't used better.
> I think the problem was that I gave everybody an even shot at commenting,
> rather than focusing on a few key developers.

If that had been what happened, I wouldn't consider it a problem, but
I don't think that's what happened.

>> I really don't think that's accurate.  There might have been 50% of
>> people who thought that not having DDL was acceptable, but I think
>> there were very few people who found it preferable.
> Without being in the room, its kinda hard for you to know, right?

I was in the room for that part.

Robert Haas
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