Recovering blog data

Per indications from Devrim, I have given up on getting my blog entries back from the old planet machine. If they do show up, that would be a happy surprise, but I now consider it a very remote chance that it will.

Instead, I have now recovered some of my blog posts using things like google cache, the wayback machine and such methods. I will be cleaning up the old posts and turning them visible one by one over the next couple of days... If you happen to have some of my older posts saved away somewhere, please let me know :) And if you spot formatting errors in something you find, then let me know that as well.

Finally, if you're coming to this post from a redirect. Sorry, all the old URLs are "gone", and I don't know how to get a redirect for them. Please use the archive to browse to the post you were looking for.

Update: A bit quicker than I thought, my script did a fairly good job. I've turned everything I managed to recover visible by now...


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


Stockholm PUG 2016/5
Oct 25, 2016
Stockholm, Sweden
PGConf.EU 2016
Nov 1-4, 2016
Tallinn, Estonia
Berlin PUG
Nov 17, 2016
Berlin, Germany
PGConf.Asia 2016
Dec 2-3, 2016
Tokyo, Japan
FOSDEM + PGDay 2017
Feb 2-4, 2017
Brussels, Belgium


Postgres Vision 2016
Oct 11-13, 2016
San Francisco, USA
Postgres Open
Sep 13-16, 2016
Dallas, USA
Stockholm PUG 2016/4
Aug 31, 2016
Stockholm, Sweden
PG Day'16 Russia
Jul 6-8, 2016
St Petersburg, Russia
PGDay UK 2016
Jul 05, 2016
London, UK
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