So the discussion died again with nothing being decided.  I see we have
several choices:

1. implement the standard, per Russell suggestion below
2. decide that the standard is braindead and just omit dumping the
   grantor when it's no longer available, but don't remove
3. decide that the standard is braindead and remove

Which do people feel should be implemented?  I can do whatever we
decide; if no one has a strong opinion on the matter, my opinion is we
do (2) which is the easiest.

Russell Smith wrote:

> My possible suggestion is;
> 1. Implement the standard for revoking only your privileges by default.
> 2. Allow the object owner to revoke privileges assigned by any role, as 
> if you drop and recreate the object you can achieve this anyway.

Alvaro Herrera                      
The PostgreSQL Company - Command Prompt, Inc.

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