guess I missed hackers on my initial reply. So I am re-sending the reply I send to Joshua based on the reply I send to him in regards to a hackers@ posting.

Read below.


Joshua D. Drake wrote:

That being said, it seems obvious that so far PostgreSQL has been mainly driven by what developers feel like implementing. I think this is also what ensured the high level of standards compliance of PostgreSQL, since features were tailored for experienced DBA types, rather than end users that are less experienced in how to leverage these standards.

PostgreSQL has *never* been developed with the DBA in mind. Keep in mind that most of the postgresql developers have *zero* real world experience. Nor do they run postgresql themselves in real world production environments.

Well, certainly more with a DBA in mind than a middle tier developer?


PS: Did you mean to only reply to me?

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