Re: [MASSMAIL]Re: PG "Users" page?

From: Gilberto Castillo
Subject: Re: [MASSMAIL]Re: PG "Users" page?
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In response to: Re: PG "Users" page?  (Dave Page)
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PG "Users" page?  (Justin Clift, )
 Re: PG "Users" page?  (Dave Page, )
  Re: PG "Users" page?  (Justin Clift, )
   Re: PG "Users" page?  (Justin Clift, )
   Re: PG "Users" page?  (Dave Page, )
    Re: [MASSMAIL]Re: PG "Users" page?  ("Gilberto Castillo", )
  Re: PG "Users" page?  (Magnus Hagander, )
   Re: PG "Users" page?  ("Jonathan S. Katz", )
    Re: PG "Users" page?  (Damien Clochard, )
     Re: PG "Users" page?  (Petr Jelinek, )
     Re: PG "Users" page?  (Justin Clift, )

>> On 11 Sep 2016, at 17:27, Justin Clift <> wrote:
>> On 11 Sep 2016, at 17:14, Dave Page <> wrote:
>>>> On 11 Sep 2016, at 16:55, Justin Clift <> wrote:
>>>> Hi us,
>>>> Just noticed that our Featured Users page has “Sun Microsystems”
>>>> listed:
>>>> (Under “Technology” at the bottom)
>>>> Should we update that to say “Oracle” :D … or maybe just nuke that
>>>> entry?
>>> That page is completely unmaintained. I proposed removing it a couple
>>> of years back, but was met with strong objections coupled with a
>>> complete lack of volunteers to actually do the work to keep it up to
>>> date.
>>> I strongly feel it should be removed still - it is probably responsible
>>> for 25% of emails to webmaster@ from random companies requesting
>>> inclusion.
>> Do they seem like legit requests, or more like companies not really
>> using
>> PG?
>> If it seems like the 2nd, maybe we could have a policy like this?
>>  “We’re happy to include any company here who actively helps out on
>>   our mailing lists, and describes in detail their PostgreSQL usage
>>   on their website.”
>> That’s coming from a “lets set a high bar to meet” perspective, which
>> might help weed out nuisance requests. :)
> Oh, I'm sure the majority are legit. The point is that it's a 'Featured'
> user page, not just a random list of users which would be so incomplete
> and, well, random, that it would have little use.
> A featured list requires assessment of requests, some sort of inclusion
> criteria, and one or more people to deal with all that, make the decision
> and update the site. We're generally pretty bad at doing that sort of
> thing.

Uhmmm, Who have all the information? Who knows the way on how to check the

This is point!!!

Gilberto Castillo
ETECSA, La Habana, Cuba

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