Avery Payne wrote:

> >I thought maybe we can call it COAST, Column-oriented attribute storage 
> technique, :-)
> I like it. :-)<a rel="nofollow" href="http://www.2ndQuadrant.com";></a>  I 
> just wish I would have read this before applying for a project name
> at pgfoundry, the current proposal is given as "pg-cstore".

You can email the pgfoundry admins at [EMAIL PROTECTED] and
ask it to be cancelled instead of approved, and resubmit with the other

Alvaro Herrera                               http://www.PlanetPostgreSQL.org/
"In fact, the basic problem with Perl 5's subroutines is that they're not
crufty enough, so the cruft leaks out into user-defined code instead, by
the Conservation of Cruft Principle."  (Larry Wall, Apocalypse 6)

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