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About Álvaro Herrera
Álvaro has been developing PostgreSQL for a decade and a half. In his lifetime he has got many features in almost all major versions since 7.2, and plans to continue doing so, as long as there are people to share database war stories over beers. His knowledge of the database internals has allowed him to recover many corrupted databases, and plans never to do that again... though plans fail as frequently as users forget to take backups.
Many years ago, Michelle Caise submitted a patch to generate code coverage reports for the PostgreSQL code base, based on the lcov utility. Although I cannot find any record of an actual patch in the mailing list archives, Peter Eisentraut committed it some time later, and applied further refinements later. Today I’m announcing a new […]
If you’ve been following PostgreSQL development for the last few years, you’ve probably heard the term commitfest manager a few times. You probably already know what a commitfest is, but why is there a manager? Since I spent a good deal of time this past January managing one, I’ll explain. At its heart, a PostgreSQL […]