One of the great lessons learned in building PostGIS extensions is my rediscovery of SED. SED turned out to be
mighty useful in this regard and I'll explain a bit in this article. Unfortunately there is still a lot I need to learn about it
to take full advantage of it and most of my use can be summed up as monkey see, monkey scratch head, monkey do. In addition I came across what I shall refer to as Pain points with using
the PostgreSQL Extension model. Part of which has a lot to do with the non-granular management of changes in PostGIS,
the day to day major flux of changes happening in PostGIS 2.0 space, and my attempt at trying to creat upgrade freeze points amidst these changes.
When PostGIS 2.0 finally arrives, the freeze points will be better defined and not change from day to day. So some of these issues
may not be that big of a deal.