I've decided that I'll invest my time & energy into SilverStripe as solution for all my web site needs. :-)
Having PostgreSQL support is one of the reasons that I'm here and would like to clarify something...While using CMS Made Simple in the past, I complained that PostgreSQL is listed as supported database, they use Adodb abstraction database library and then you discover that one of the core devs writes blog post like [url=http://calguy1000.com/Blogs/15/60/why-i-don-t-develop-for-postgres.html]this[/url]?
I asked main dev (Ted) about such policy 'cause, imho, it does not make sense to use abstraction library and then one of the core deves does not follow it by intention making hist modules not working with PostgreSQL (he even does not accept patches, but this it not relevant here.)
The design of SilverStripe where back-end is bereft of all the clutter belonging to the developers world, seeing Sapphire a based on what a noob can say, as nicely organized framework, I'm curious if module/widget developers are supposed to make the code PostgreSQL compliant?
In case that, due to PostgreSQL module being kind of 'hot stuff', all the modules do not support it, here I suggest that It would be nice to have sort option at [url=http://www.silverstripe.org/modules/]module page[/url] which shows what modules are PostgreSQL-compliant ?
CMSMS Forge was/is total mess, containing lot of modules, but, besides alphabetical list, it's not possible to find out which modules support which version, nor use any other criteria for sorting.
thumbs up for SS community :-)