Re: Training events policy ... first test case - Mailing list pgsql-www

From Joshua D. Drake
Subject Re: Training events policy ... first test case
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In response to Re: Training events policy ... first test case  (Chander Ganesan)
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On Sun, 04 Nov 2007 11:49:04 -0500
Chander Ganesan <> wrote:


> It's no different than, say CMD, listing training events so they can 
> gain leads for on-site training or PG services.  They don't do it
> (and I doubt that JD would stoop to that level), but it illustrates
> the point.

Just to be clear :).. There is no reason to doubt. I would never do
such as thing and I would fire my marketing department (if I had one)
should they ever do such a thing.

Joshua D. Drake


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