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Extra Security Measures for Database Projects

This means carying about your users’ data:

What we intend to do is shut off updates from the master git repo to the anonymous-git mirror, and to github, from Monday afternoon until Thursday morning. Commit-log emails to pgsql-committers will also be held for this period. This will prevent the commits that fix and document the bug from becoming visible to anyone except Postgres committers. Updates will resume as soon as the release announcement is made.

Original title and link: Extra Security Measures for Database Projects (NoSQL database©myNoSQL)

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