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Jilly Boel (@nebkor@socialnotwork.net)

@jalcine@todon.eu my thinking on this has been if you have unique primary keys, you can pretty naively merge remote tables together. That's why I created Julids, 128-bit sortable globally unique IDs, with a sqlite plugin to support using them:https://crates.io/crates/julid-rs
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Oh, this is interesting. I can see that working for that case. I'm reaching a bit further now, wondering how to communicate schema changes so both databases are working with the correct version.

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