On Mon, Jun 25, 2001 at 09:32:38PM -0400, Bruce Momjian wrote:
> > As far as procedures and voting, I also believe that something needs to 
> > be done for the JDBC code base.  Since Peter has apparently disappeared 
> > (I haven't seen a post from him in about two months, and the 
> > jdbc.postgresql.org website hasn't been updated for about 4 mounths - it 
> > doesn't even have the 7.1 code yet) I think the core group needs to step 
> > in and provide some direction for the JDBC code base.  Whether that is 
> > appointing someone new as the official/unofficial JDBC guru or adopting 
> > some other process, I don't know.  What I do know is that the JDBC code 
> > base is suffering from lack of attention and direction.
> Let me add I have been concerned about the jdbc interface for the past
> year.  With you people involved, I am no longer concerned.

Hi, I've only been reading this list for about a week or so now. Joined
it to find out what was happening with this piece of s/w that I was
relying on. I think there is need to push on a bit since as remarked above
it seems that Peter has disappeared. I think a main step is to find out
where we are on the driver, for example its very hard to find out what
isn't implemented yet without reading the code or trying it out. I
haven't found a todo list. A great place to keep all this is on the web
too which needs an update badly. Who has access to update these pages? I
don't care about tutorials or stuff like that yet, but just info on 
known bugs, what works and what doesn't, the recommended versions to
run for each database etc and somesort of changelog. I'm willing to help :)


Thomas O'Dowd. - Nooping - http://nooper.com
[EMAIL PROTECTED] - Testing - http://nooper.co.jp/labs

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