exiting from gnome

Kevin Benton kevinb at bentonfam.org
Mon Mar 10 12:20:34 CST 2003

So, If I understand this correctly, then I can't move to the PG backend
yet because it doesn't support all my needs - scheduled transactions
being one of the most important needs on my list...

I know that I may sound a bit like a thorn in the side, but I try to
bring to the table a sense of how users who would be migrating from
Quicken would expect things.  Derek - I agree that migrating to PG would
be a good idea, but is it easy?  Does someone have to know how to manage
PG to get it to work?  This is a valid concern for Quicken users who
would consider migrating.  Also, how is the PG database backed up? 
Quicken makes its backups nearly automatic and a non-issue.  A simple
click on OK and your backup is made.

As we all know, there is a price for simplicity.  The question is, do we
want to go that route?

On Mon, 2003-03-10 at 10:15, TIm Wunder wrote:

> problem is... I'm a heavy user of Scheduled Transactions and there is no 
> support in the Prostgres backend for SX's (yet). But, yes, I agree, the 
> Postgres backend would be more appropriate for that kinda thing.
> On 3/10/2003 12:06 PM, someone claiming to be Derek Atkins wrote:
> > If you want this, use the Postgres backend.  That's what it's
> > for.
> > 
> <snip desire to save users from themselves>
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