I think Andreas' approach for end users is a very good idea.
I think, furthermore, that it starts to redefine how databases can be
used. that's a good thing and going dowm that track will, I'm sure,
lead to further developments.
As such, yes, I think it would be a great idea to push that approach.
I think that as an additional and separate approach, what is thought
of as "Base" now *should* be made more accessible and useful so that
the general populace *can* start to do things with data themselves.
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