> Bruno Wolff
>   Simon Riggs <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
> >
> > I guess what I'm saying is it's not how many people you've
> got working
> > on the optimizer, its how many accurate field reports of less-than
> > perfect optimization reach them. In that case, PostgreSQL
> is likely in a
> > better position than Microsoft, since the accessibility of the pg
> > discussion lists makes such cases much more likely to get aired.
> >
> > Any thoughts?
> I have seen exactly this happen a number of times over the
> last several
> years. However there is still only one Tom Lane implementing the
> improvements.

...and very few Mr.Microsofts too.

[I'm uncomfortable with, and it was not my intent, to discuss such an
issue with direct reference to particular individuals. There is no
intent to critiscise or malign anybody named]

Regards, Simon

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