I'm always curious about ways of using SQLite in a distributed fashion but not like how we currently do distributed databases. I'm thinking more like "file sharing" distributed. I've also abstracted a lot of the I/O for my site — my long term hope is to be able to "pack" the data for it in a 'portable' (torrenting) way, so I can modify it from any device that's familiar with the filesystem layout and the database schema. This would effectively put the data in the hands of clients that are permitted access to it. This is how something like inkandswitch's Local First Software could be used for personal sites.

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