Was amused by the “change is painful” comment in an email where the response comes after the original text. Any chance the old timers who were used to responding in that way could actually put the response at the beginning for the iPhone generation? It’s often a bit of a pain to scroll through everything on the phone when we know what the question was and only want to view the pearls of wisdom from those that have some insight on the subject. I know that’s the way it “should” be for correctness but even being one of the elders here I much prefer to see the response up front. I can understand if you’re too old to make that change but thought I’d ask anyway.
From my iPhone (we don’t always agree on what I meant to type)
On Aug 27, 2017, at 12:59 AM, Mark Phillips <email@example.com> wrote:
>> On Aug 26, 2017, at 11:40 PM, ADJob <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
>> SQL is a very smart way to talk to a database. But using OmnisSQL talking to native datafile is adding unnecessary complexity and just delivering the same answer much slower.
>> If the goal is to increase speed, security, concurrency and expansion. Postgresql etc is the path.
>> No easy path. But probably the right path.
> I agree. SQLite is as easy to use as Omnis data file and a much better bridge to industrial strength DBMS like Postgres.
> Omnis SQL, I think, was intended to grow but the market grew faster. It was good for its time, circa 1999. Things have changed and Omnis has changed, too. Now is the time to grab the reins and fly.
> Change is painful and scary. Embrace Change.
> – Mark Phillips
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