Is it just me, or is Sqlite3 goofy?
steve at holdenweb.com
Tue Sep 12 13:26:23 CEST 2006
Paul Rubin wrote:
> "Mike Owens" <mikeowens at gmail.com> writes:
>>No it doesn't. If you don't like SQLite's design decisions, write your
>>own embedded relational database, and stop yapping about something you
>>didn't lift a finger to create, but are clearly trying to benefit
> That's silly. The sqlite developers are making all kinds of claims on
> their web site, in order to attract users and build mindshare and gain
> the benefits thereof. If the claims aren't valid, it's completely
> appropriate for others to call attention to it, whether or not they
> feel like doing anything to fix it.
> It's just like anything else. If you think your Congressperson is
> misleading the public about something or pursuing a bad policy, you
> should speak out about it. That doesn't mean you need to run for
> Congress yourself.
Though it might improve the country's politics if wanting to be a
Congressperson was an absolute disqualification from the job.
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