Michael Brewer wrote:
Greetings! We are now accepting nominations for the United States PostgreSQL Association (PgUS) board for the Fall 2009 elections; please submit nominations (full name and a contact email address, please) to:
I will contact the nominees (to see if they accept the nomination) and report weekly to pgus-general the list of current nominees.
Nominations will close on November 2nd.
We have three seats available, currently being held by Michael Brewer, Joshua Drake, and Bruce Momjian.
Just like all United States PostgreSQL Conferences, academic registration is free. If you are a student or professor don't hesitate to register here.
The draft (mostly solidified) list of talks are now up for PostgreSQL Conference West. You can view them here.
After a brief battle with our SSL certificate provider that delayed us two weeks, we have succeeded in beating the naysayers into the ground and are ready to begin accepting registrations for PostgreSQL Conference West in Seattle Washington. The conference runs from October 16-18th and is being held at Seattle Central Community College.
For those sleeping in PostgreSQL.org just released PostgreSQL 8.4. This is an exciting release with many new features including:
Michael Brewer wrote:
On Saturday, June 13th, I wound up manning the PostgreSQL booth at SouthEast LinuxFest, in Clemson, South Carolina. This free conference drew a larger crowd than I'd expected; organizers told me there had been some 450 registrants by the day before, and they were expecting a final total of over 500 (with walk-ups).
The June DenverPUG meeting that I was going to attend has been rescheduled due to summer conflicts. The current anticipated date is August. Stay tuned!
Our CPA, Alten & Sakai, has completed the financial statements from August 08 until March 31st 09. All financial statements are publicly available and will be provided on our website here. Thanks to our members and to the United States PostgreSQL Conference Series for helping us with our financial needs.
At PostgreSQL Conference East 2008 we had a round table with myself, Magnus Hagander, and Bruce Momjian. When we set the round table up there was a specific goal. This was not a technical round table. The purpose of this round table was for attendees to interact directly with some Major Contributors and ask questions about the community.