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== Infrastructure Team ==
 
== Infrastructure Team ==
  
The Infrastructure team is responsible for running all of the postgresql.org infrastructure. This includes a wide variety of public and non-public services.  PostgreSQL website development is discussed on the [http://archives.postgresql.org/pgsql-www/ pgsql-www mailing list]. Source code for the postgresql.org web site is stored in a Subversion repository, as part of the Trac project at http://pgweb.postgresql.org/
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The Infrastructure team is responsible for running all of the postgresql.org infrastructure. This includes a wide variety of public and non-public services.  PostgreSQL website development is discussed on the [http://archives.postgresql.org/pgsql-www/ pgsql-www mailing list]. Source code for the postgresql.org web site is stored in a public GIT repository, and is available on [http://git.postgresql.org/gitweb/?p=pgweb.git;a=summary]
  
 
== Infrastructure Team Members ==
 
== Infrastructure Team Members ==

Revision as of 19:39, 18 August 2012

Infrastructure Team

The Infrastructure team is responsible for running all of the postgresql.org infrastructure. This includes a wide variety of public and non-public services. PostgreSQL website development is discussed on the pgsql-www mailing list. Source code for the postgresql.org web site is stored in a public GIT repository, and is available on [1]

Infrastructure Team Members

The following people are part of the sysadmin team running the postgresql.org infrastructure. Note that not all of those people do have root-level access on all servers.

  • Joshua Drake
  • Marc Fournier
  • Magnus Hagander
  • Álvaro Herrera
  • Stefan Kaltenbrunner
  • Greg Sabino Mullane
  • Dave Page
  • Robert Treat
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