Is it just me, or is Sqlite3 goofy?

Paul Rubin http
Tue Sep 12 12:06:24 CEST 2006


"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
> from.

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.



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