Tom, all,

* Tom Lane ( wrote:
> My own thought is that there's room for at least a few days' slop in
> the end date of the final commitfest, depending on what patches remain
> open and what the prospects are for getting them done.  (In the past
> we've sometimes let the final fest stretch on indefinitely, which is
> clearly the Wrong Thing; but that doesn't mean that the Right Thing is
> to say that it ends at 2017-04-01 00:00 UTC no matter what.)  The RMT
> should look at things in another day or two and make a judgment call
> about that.

I tend to agree with this, though I am also of the opinion that it'd
be better to get a date out there earlier rather than later.  There's a
number of hackers at PGConf.US who are trying their best to review
patches and keep things moving while also giving talks and being
involved in the conference.  There's at least a couple of patches which
I can think of off-hand that I'd like to continue working through the
process to get them committed and only require another day or so of
effort, but finding that time in-between activities at the conference,
while possible, isn't ideal.



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