Re: PostgresParty Bali is Postponed

From: Jonathan S. Katz
Subject: Re: PostgresParty Bali is Postponed
Date: ,
Msg-id: 856E350D-5E77-4BD5-B8E1-EC25FFDD1808@postgresql.org
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In response to: PostgresParty Bali is Postponed  (Lucky Haryadi)
List: pgsql-advocacy

Hi Lucky,

> On Jan 7, 2018, at 10:23 AM, Lucky Haryadi <> wrote:
>
> Hi Jonathan,
>
> We would like to give you an update about PostgresParty which was scheduled on March 2018.
> In accordance to our first commitee meeting yesterday, we have decided to postpone the event until next year, based
onseveral reasons below: 
>
> 1. The meeting was attended by 12 person, with the only attendee outside Equnix is only by the Event Organizer.
>
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> 2. This first meeting has not reached minimal quorum of committee, as regulated on PostgreSQL Community Recognition
Guidelineswhere the committee should not have more than 50% members of same entity/company. 
>
> 3. We have not comply code of conduct yet, according to point 2, since all official committee members are still from
1company/entity only.  
>
> 4. Equnix (as the committee initiator and anchor) does not want the event execution to be unbalanced, which can bring
assumptionsthat this is not a community event anymore. 
>
> 5. Considering the Speakers Candidate's schedule and willingness which still unmatched with the Event's planned time.
>
> 6. From all Main Speakers list which have been invited and planned, most of them cannot participate on this event and
somestill unsure about their attendance. 
>
> 7. Up until now, the only speakers who have stated their participation are Michael Pacquire and Joseph Conway, while
BruceMomjian, Tatsuo Isshi, Robert Haas, Oleg Bartunov , and many others cannot join the event. 
>
> 8. We realize that our Indonesian PostgreSQL Community is still immature and driven by Equnix only.
> Based on this point, Equnix will put more effort on building the Indonesian community first, through Meetups or any
othercommunity events. 
>
> 9. By holding more frequent Meetups, we hope people can be encouraged to grow community awareness and supportive on
allof our events. 
> As a PostgreSQL implementer, researcher, energizer, we hope all of us can grow our community together and stronger.

Thank you for your very detailed email. I have removed the event from the website.
When you have more details around the event for next year, please feel free
to resubmit.

Best,

Jonathan




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