[DB-SIG] Painful realization / cry for help
Tod Olson <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Thu, 16 Apr 1998 15:12:10 -0500
>>>>> "PG" == Peter Godman <email@example.com> writes:
PG> Which brings me to my second point. I'm sadly in the position of not
PG> really being able to maintain the sybase module right now. This is
PG> because I don't have access to a sybase server. If anyone could help
PG> with this, perhaps by making an empty database (not necessarily a
PG> server) available over the net, I would appreciate it. If I can't
PG> resolve this issue soon, I will be forced to relinquish maintenace of
PG> the module. Already, I have several backlogged patches (thanks to all
PG> who have provided them (I haven't forgotten)).
I'm not at all happy to hear that. I was hoping that you and I would be
able to pool our Sybase module efforts, since we each have features in our
modules that the other's lacks. And I'll actually be able to return to
working on my Sybase module, one we hire a couple people.
[Solicitation for job applicants follows]
Speaking of which, we're looking for two Unix programmer / sysadmin types:
These are new positions. Postings are at:
These are, of course, in Chicago and academic wage. If anyone's
interested, talk to me.
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