On Thu, 19 Jun 2003, Andrew Dunstan wrote:

> Maybe a better strategy would be to get a release out soon but not wait
> 6 months for another release which would contain the Win32 port and the
> PITR stuff (assuming those aren't done in time for this release).
> Just a thought.

And definitely in agreement here ... I'd rather see a shortened dev cycle
prompted by a big feature being added, then delaying a release because "oh
oh, I need another few weeks" that draws out when something unexpected
happens :(

 > > andrew
> Tom Lane wrote:
> > Robert Treat <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> writes:
> >> Well, I suppose that history has shown that waiting on specific
> >> features causes trouble with postgresql development, but I don't see
> >> why a release can't be based around waiting for feature x as long as
> >> feature x is being actively worked on by trusted developers who have
> >> an endgame in sight.
> >
> > We have been led down that garden path before, and it's been a losing
> > proposition every time.
> >
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