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Guys,

If we release on Monday, can the web sites be ready? I'm taking care of
press kits, but I'm not sure about the main page and other stuff.

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-Josh Berkus
Aglio Database Solutions
San Francisco

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  • Robert Treat at Nov 6, 2003 at 2:37 pm

    On Wed, 2003-11-05 at 16:03, Josh Berkus wrote:
    Guys,

    If we release on Monday, can the web sites be ready? I'm taking care of
    press kits, but I'm not sure about the main page and other stuff.
    Well, I think we need some kind of message on the advocacy website that
    links to the full press releases, I think that's somewhat in place, what
    else do we need to do? The advocacy page will also need to update it's
    links in the "download" section. Someone needs to put the official
    notice on the main page the day of release, which shouldn't be much
    problem.

    Dave, any chance at having the 7.4 interactive/searchable docs ready to
    go?

    Any other items folks?

    Robert Treat
    --
    Build A Brighter Lamp :: Linux Apache {middleware} PostgreSQL
  • Dave Page at Nov 6, 2003 at 5:43 pm

    -----Original Message-----
    From: Robert Treat
    Sent: 06 November 2003 14:37
    To: Josh Berkus
    Cc: pgsql-www@postgresql.org
    Subject: Re: [pgsql-www] Ready for release?
    On Wed, 2003-11-05 at 16:03, Josh Berkus wrote:
    Guys,

    If we release on Monday, can the web sites be ready? I'm
    taking care of
    press kits, but I'm not sure about the main page and other stuff.
    Well, I think we need some kind of message on the advocacy
    website that links to the full press releases, I think that's
    somewhat in place, what else do we need to do? The advocacy
    page will also need to update it's links in the "download"
    section. Someone needs to put the official notice on the
    main page the day of release, which shouldn't be much problem.

    Dave, any chance at having the 7.4 interactive/searchable
    docs ready to go?
    When they are ready I can run them through the prog that formats them.
    Biggest problem now is that I'm in the middle of a big software rollout
    and my helldesk operator just broke his foot :-( Things are getting
    kinda hectic...

    Regards, Dave
  • Marc G. Fournier at Nov 6, 2003 at 6:16 pm
    On Thu, 6 Nov 2003, Dave Page wrote:
    -----Original Message-----
    From: Robert Treat
    Sent: 06 November 2003 14:37
    To: Josh Berkus
    Cc: pgsql-www@postgresql.org
    Subject: Re: [pgsql-www] Ready for release?
    On Wed, 2003-11-05 at 16:03, Josh Berkus wrote:
    Guys,

    If we release on Monday, can the web sites be ready? I'm
    taking care of
    press kits, but I'm not sure about the main page and other stuff.
    Well, I think we need some kind of message on the advocacy
    website that links to the full press releases, I think that's
    somewhat in place, what else do we need to do? The advocacy
    page will also need to update it's links in the "download"
    section. Someone needs to put the official notice on the
    main page the day of release, which shouldn't be much problem.

    Dave, any chance at having the 7.4 interactive/searchable
    docs ready to go?
    When they are ready I can run them through the prog that formats them.
    Biggest problem now is that I'm in the middle of a big software rollout
    and my helldesk operator just broke his foot :-( Things are getting
    kinda hectic...
    Is there a script that needs to be run for this, that I can run when I do
    the release tar ball up?
  • Dave Page at Nov 6, 2003 at 8:07 pm

    -----Original Message-----
    From: Marc G. Fournier
    Sent: 06 November 2003 18:15
    To: Dave Page
    Cc: Robert Treat; Josh Berkus; pgsql-www@postgresql.org
    Subject: Re: [pgsql-www] Ready for release?

    When they are ready I can run them through the prog that
    formats them.
    Biggest problem now is that I'm in the middle of a big software
    rollout and my helldesk operator just broke his foot :-( Things are
    getting kinda hectic...
    Is there a script that needs to be run for this, that I can
    run when I do the release tar ball up?
    Yes, a rather hastily hacked together C prog that will process and
    insert into the DB, though I can't get to it right now as the swervers
    seem to be innaccessible from here again (has happened a few times since
    the colo moved btw). It may need some tweaking/massaging to get it to
    run as required... Hopefully I can do it, it just depends on my
    workload.

    Regards, Dave.
  • Josh Berkus at Nov 6, 2003 at 8:21 pm
    Guys,
    Yes, a rather hastily hacked together C prog that will process and
    insert into the DB, though I can't get to it right now as the swervers
    seem to be innaccessible from here again (has happened a few times since
    the colo moved btw). It may need some tweaking/massaging to get it to
    run as required... Hopefully I can do it, it just depends on my
    workload.
    Looks like we might have an extra week ... bug in "Select for Update" recently
    patched.

    --
    -Josh Berkus
    Aglio Database Solutions
    San Francisco
  • Marc G. Fournier at Nov 7, 2003 at 3:46 am
    Assuming that you have a windows box over there (and anyone else as well),
    can you install PingPlotter (the shareware version, not the freeware) and
    run it again 200.46.204.1? One of the thngs that the shareware version
    does, that the freeware doesn't, is graphs on the bottom time when that IP
    (the router) isn't accessible ... I'm curious as to how often it isn't
    accessible, as well as some sort of indication of where along the path is
    causing the problem ... if you could run it for a couple of days, and
    email me a screenshot of it?
    On Thu, 6 Nov 2003, Dave Page wrote:


    -----Original Message-----
    From: Marc G. Fournier
    Sent: 06 November 2003 18:15
    To: Dave Page
    Cc: Robert Treat; Josh Berkus; pgsql-www@postgresql.org
    Subject: Re: [pgsql-www] Ready for release?

    When they are ready I can run them through the prog that
    formats them.
    Biggest problem now is that I'm in the middle of a big software
    rollout and my helldesk operator just broke his foot :-( Things are
    getting kinda hectic...
    Is there a script that needs to be run for this, that I can
    run when I do the release tar ball up?
    Yes, a rather hastily hacked together C prog that will process and
    insert into the DB, though I can't get to it right now as the swervers
    seem to be innaccessible from here again (has happened a few times since
    the colo moved btw). It may need some tweaking/massaging to get it to
    run as required... Hopefully I can do it, it just depends on my
    workload.

    Regards, Dave.

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