Josh Berkus wrote:

So if the commercial
backers of PostgreSQL want better management of the project, maybe they
need to find some resources to help out.

I don't think they really care, or we'd have heard something by now. I think this is up to us PG developers.

Well, I have no confidence that any formal system will succeed without someone trusted by core and committers stepping up to the plate to do the required ongoing legwork.

As for voting on patches, that seems a most un-postgres-like way of doing things. What is more, it assumes that multiple people will be reviewing patches. Our trouble right now is finding even one qualified reviewer with enough time for some patches.



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