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On Sun, 04 Nov 2007 10:53:47 -0500
Chander Ganesan <email@example.com> wrote:
> Dave Page wrote:
> > Chander Ganesan wrote:
> >> I *still* think (and am apparently still ignored...) there should
> >> be limits placed on the number of events a vendor can
> >> list...either by type, or by vendor. A vendor is less likely to
> >> post "training spam", and more likely to post events they really
> >> plan to run when they have a limit as to their total listings...
> > The problem is that we don't want to prevent legitimate courses
> > being listed. As PostgreSQL grows, and the companies around it grow
> > there will inevitably be more and more courses scheduled,
> > especially by the bigger multi-national players.
> > Regards, Dave
> I understand, however the issue now isn't one of growth...IMHO it's
> one of growth being stymied because we have a list of training events
> that doesn't represent classes *actually* being offered.
I seriously doubt that postgresql training growth is being stymied by
one obscure link among dozens on a website front page.
Joshua D. Drake
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