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1 PGXN::Site
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4 [PGXN](http://www.pgxn.org/), the PostgreSQL Extention network, is a central
5 distribution system for open-source PostgreSQL extension libraries. In its
6 first iteration it will consist of four basic parts:
7
8 * distribution upload server for extension developers.
9 * centralized, distributable index of distribution metadata.
10 * website for searching extensions and perusing their documentation.
11 * command-line client for downloading, testing, and installing extensions.
12
13 Project Status
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16 The network is up and running! Use [PGXN Manager](http://manager.pgxn.org)
17 to upload distributions to the network. The search site is currently
18 in development.
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20 Who’s Doing This?
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22
23 [I am](http://justatheory.com/ "Just a Theory"). I’m David Wheeler, inveterate
24 Perl and PostgreSQL hacker. I love the
25 [extensibility](http://www.postgresql.org/docs/current/static/extend.html) of
26 PostgreSQL and have long been a fan of [CPAN](http://www.cpan.org/), the Perl
27 community’s distributed collection of Perl software and documentation. But
28 PostgreSQL’s extensibility is not well-known, and it’s difficult to find the
29 extensions that do exist. I’d like to solve that problem. Care to help?
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