On Thu, 13 Jul 2006, Jonah H. Harris wrote:
On 7/13/06, Marc G. Fournier <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
'k, but, again, this comes to someone (you?) stepping forward and
dedicating the time/energy to developing a 'mega distribution', and being
willing to provide support for it
True. Then maybe we should just all work together to make a
distribution suggestion to packagers of the major components and their
versions. That way the packagers at least have a good idea of what we
believe is "good-to-go" with X version of PostgreSQL.
This works,to an extent ... but what packagers are you referring to? I
know with FreeBSD, there is no "one packager for all things postgresql ...
Not to be too "business" about it, but a PostgreSQL community
distribution should IMHO, be vendor neutral. If the installer were
vendor-branding-free, I'd be game.
The big problem is that there is no 'single package format' out there, so
any installer would be fairly difficult from that perspective, i think ...
you'd have to have a 'pgrpm-installer' vs 'pgdeb-installer' vs
'pgpkg-installer' vs ... ?
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