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PostgreSQL at OSCON 2004

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The time and place for the Open Source Convention (OSCON) 2004 has
just been announced:

2004 O'Reilly Open Source Convention
July 26-30, 2004
Portland Marriott Downtown, Portland, OR

Last year had a good PostgreSQL showing (including our own track) but I
would like to see a lot more. I encourage everyone to think about doing
a presentation, even if just a short one on a very specific PostgreSQL
topic. The advocacy list is a good place to brainstorm about topic ideas.
(I am CCing this initial one to general, please post any followups only
to advocacy).

I do not know what the "theme" of the convention is yet (they like
to have themes) but some quick possible topic areas may be:
PostgreSQL on Windows
Replication
Backups and Restores
Converting from Oracle (or others)
How I solved XXX using PostgreSQL
PostgreSQL for "enterprise" computing
Integrating PostgreSQL with PHP
Handling large objects

Others?
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Lets hope they get some bigger rooms this time!
(O'Reilly, are you listening ?)

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Dean Arnold
Presicient Corp.
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Nov 12 '05 #2

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What about full text search in PostgreSQL (tsearch2) ?

Oleg
On Wed, 24 Sep 2003 gr**@turnstep.com wrote:

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The time and place for the Open Source Convention (OSCON) 2004 has
just been announced:

2004 O'Reilly Open Source Convention
July 26-30, 2004
Portland Marriott Downtown, Portland, OR

Last year had a good PostgreSQL showing (including our own track) but I
would like to see a lot more. I encourage everyone to think about doing
a presentation, even if just a short one on a very specific PostgreSQL
topic. The advocacy list is a good place to brainstorm about topic ideas.
(I am CCing this initial one to general, please post any followups only
to advocacy).

I do not know what the "theme" of the convention is yet (they like
to have themes) but some quick possible topic areas may be:
PostgreSQL on Windows
Replication
Backups and Restores
Converting from Oracle (or others)
How I solved XXX using PostgreSQL
PostgreSQL for "enterprise" computing
Integrating PostgreSQL with PHP
Handling large objects

Others?
- --
Greg Sabino Mullane gr**@turnstep.com
PGP Key: 0x14964AC8 200309241729
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Oleg
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Nov 12 '05 #3

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>>>>> "DA" == Dean Arnold <da*****@presicient.com> writes:

DA> Lets hope they get some bigger rooms this time!
DA> (O'Reilly, are you listening ?)

When you register, indicate you'll be attending the postgres track.

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