Re: Postgresql 8.3
* Adrián Ribao Martínez <firstname.lastname@example.org> [2008-02-05 14:23:33 CET]:
> yesterday was released postgresql 8.3, with a lot of new features and
That's a pretty quick request - usually it should be given some time to
stabilize. But given that Martin is tracking it pretty well himself and
switch to pg 8.3 RC as default already in unstable I think it might
still be a reasonable request anyway.
> The version 8.3 RC2 is already in testing and 8.3.0-1 in SID.
I do the backports of 8.2 already and am aware of it - and well, I
thought it doesn't make much sense to upload a RC already, even if I'm
aware that Martin is doing a great job here.
> RC2 was the last release candidate, I have already installed it at
> home and it works ok.
Thanks, will give it a shot.
> Now I'd like use 8.3 in my Debian etch server, so I hope you guys can
> include it soon in the backports. Is there any plan about that?
I have it on my agenda, just not with an urgent priority. Are the new
features and improvements really that stunning to rush it in?