Greg Sabino Mullane wrote:

Yes, maintaining it will be a royal pain in the butt. But my theory has
been "if you build it, they will come". It will require a lot of human
interaction, as automation only takes you so far, especially when trying
to parse mailing list messages. But if we eventually get a decent-size
group of people who each put in a little work on it, it should be
quite possible to keep it up to date. (Also, this would be a great way
for people to help the project who don't have the time and/or skills
to do coding).


I think we should start with the wiki and then add in whatever we notice can be automated. This way we may not initially be able to cover all the bases, but it will mean that whatever we do automate actually matches real world requirements.

The idea is to allow everything to happen as it already does, e.g. no
extra burdens for Tom, no extra processes anywhere. However, all the
existing information is gathered into one centralized and searchable place.
The primary sources will include the code, the docs, and the mailing lists.
Especially the mailing lists.

Yeah, let the ones work on this that do not do any of the pgsql coding.

regards,
Lukas

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