[development] Request to remove some of my pages + ask confirmation for guidelines

Jean-Michel Pouré jm at poure.com
Fri Aug 28 20:52:13 UTC 2009

Le vendredi 28 août 2009 à 07:09 -0700, David Metzler a écrit :
> This brings me to a quick question about the culture (not
> technology)  
> of  drupal development documentation.  One of the things some of us  
> could have done in response was to actually edit the pages that were  
> posted. In a wiki, this would be expected and encouraged, along with  
> log notes on why the changes were made.

Yeah. I think it is good behavior to edit the pages and try to
collaborate. Some of my pages were edited and are now better.

I think we could benefit from publishing a slow query log collector
which would collect them server-side in the database. 

In PostgreSQL this is possible using a cron job loading CSV logs into
the database. Therefore you can access and fix slow queries that are
executed in the real life, not in cache.

Kind regards,
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