On 2012-04-18 06:13, ptoye wrote:
That's what I did, but front end in Apache/PHP. Take it anywhere, easily
migrate, update. Data security (from fall over and future proofing.
Divergence not an issue.)
Pertti Rönnberg wrote
Well said Peter!
I totally and completely agree with you and Ian Whitfield.
Well, someone likes me! My point is that I'm really a hacker when it comes
to databases, not a professional coder, and life really needs to be made
I'm almost thinking of installing something like MySQL and writing my own
front-end in Java.
Is there any point in suggesting that LibO and OO should continue to
diverge? I'd have thought convergence would be more productive, both in
terms of the development which seems too thinly spread, and for users who
might even see a serious contender emerging.
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