On Tue, Jul 11, 2006 at 03:53:26PM -0400, Josh Berkus wrote: > >All I am saying is that it couldn't hurt to put the information out > >there... we're not hurting for disk space and none of this stuff appears > >inherently wrong, just outdated, but it might still prove useful for some > >people. > Again, it's the same question. If *you* want to be the maintainer, I'll > put it on pgfoundry. Otherwise, you're asking me to be responsible for > the code because you don't want to throw it away.
To present a somewhat external opinion - I've looked at pgfoundry in the past and been both confused and disappointed. Code that doesn't compile, with no maintainer gives me a dirty taste in my mouth, and my inner voice says "what the heck is this crap?" There are several open source projects that give me this taste. Please help PostgreSQL not be on this list by pruning dead projects, or poor quality projects from the public image. It's EMBARASSING! :-) Thanks. Cheers, mark -- [EMAIL PROTECTED] / [EMAIL PROTECTED] / [EMAIL PROTECTED] __________________________ . . _ ._ . . .__ . . ._. .__ . . . .__ | Neighbourhood Coder |\/| |_| |_| |/ |_ |\/| | |_ | |/ |_ | | | | | | \ | \ |__ . | | .|. |__ |__ | \ |__ | Ottawa, Ontario, Canada One ring to rule them all, one ring to find them, one ring to bring them all and in the darkness bind them... http://mark.mielke.cc/ ---------------------------(end of broadcast)--------------------------- TIP 4: Have you searched our list archives? http://archives.postgresql.org