Bitemporal documentation is available!

Everybody who was curious enough to start using our pg_bitemporal github repo would complain about the lack of documentation, so we’ve tried really hard to provide our follows with some guidance.

What we have now, is very far from perfect, but if you go to the docs directory, there is a lot of documentation, including our old presentations, explanations of the basic bitemporal concepts and most importantly first ever bitemporal functions manual, which we promise to make more readable in the nearest future. Meanwhile – please share your feedback! Thank you!

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