A new version of Planet PostgreSQL

I have just pushed code for a new version of the codebase for Planet PostgreSQL.

For those of you who are just reading Planet, hopefully nothing at all should change. There will probably be some bugs early on, but there are no general changes in functionality. If you notice something that is wrong (given a couple of hours from this post at least), please send an email to planet(at)postgresql.org and we'll look into it!

For those who have your blogs aggregated at Planet PostgreSQL, there are some larger changes. In particular, you will notice the whole registration interface has been re-written. Hopefully that will make it easier to register blogs, and also to manage the ones you have (such as removing a post that needs to be hidden). The other major change is that Planet PostgreSQL will now email you whenever something has been fetched from your blog - to help you catch configuration mistakes bigger.

The by far largest changes are in the moderation and administration backend. This will hopefully lead to faster processing of blog submissions, and less work for the moderators.


Conferences

I speak at and organize conferences around Open Source in general and PostgreSQL in particular.

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Postgres Open 2017
Sep 6-8, 2017
San Francisco, USA
PGConf.EU 2017
Oct 24-27, 2017
Warsaw, Poland
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Dec 4-6, 2017
Tokyo, Japan

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PGDay.RU
Jul 5-7, 2017
St Petersburg, Russia
PGDay.UK
Jul 4, 2017
London, UK
Amsterdam PUG
Jun 29, 2017
Amsterdam, Netherlands
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May 23-26, 2017
Ottawa, Canada
FOSS-North
Apr 26, 2017
Gothenburg, Sweden
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