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PgLife Averages Thirty Active Users

A week after the release of PgLife, the site is averaging thirty active users. (I define an active user as an IP address that has viewed the site for at least five minutes during the past hour.) I consider that a success. Since the release of PgLif...

By | May 13th, 2013|news|Comments Off on PgLife Averages Thirty Active Users

PgLife Is Now Live

New Postgres users are often confused by the variety of activities in the Postgres community. Even us old-timers can be overwhelmed in monitoring the Postgres community. To meet these two needs, I have created a website called PgLife which dynamical...

By | May 6th, 2013|news|Comments Off on PgLife Is Now Live

9.3 Release Notes Ready for Beta

I have completed the 9.3 release notes so they are ready for beta release. They will be regularly updated until 9.3 final. Post a Comment

By | May 3rd, 2013|news|Comments Off on 9.3 Release Notes Ready for Beta

Starting on 9.3 Release Notes

With our final 9.3 commit-fest almost complete, and few 9.3 open items, I have been asked to start on the 9.3 release notes. I have blogged about this process in the past (1, 2), so I will not bore you with the details. I expect to be done in a week...

By | April 12th, 2013|news|Comments Off on Starting on 9.3 Release Notes

Twenty-One Hours to Exploit

You probably heard about the important Postgres security releases (FAQ) last week, but maybe you thought it was mostly a theoretical threat. Well, the Schemaverse game author left a non-upgraded server open to the Internet to see how long it would ta...

By | April 8th, 2013|news|Comments Off on Twenty-One Hours to Exploit

Blog Translated into Spanish

My 2013 blog entries through March 25 have been translated into Spanish by Maria Ramos of webhostinghub.com. It is unclear how frequently it will be updated; I will report back if I get more information.

By | April 3rd, 2013|news|Comments Off on Blog Translated into Spanish