so this is really just an exercise for our own edification and enjoyment.
So let me just enjoy some more light quibbling:
Hipp, SQLite-man extraordinaire:
"SQLite was a spin-off of postgres, a conceptual fork"
"We continue to look up at postgres as our mentor"
(which makes sense, why invent the wheel? I saw (just a few days ago) that the SQLIte devteam/Hipp are implementing some JSON operators, taking the example from postgres. Good!)
More fun: a youtube talk by Hipp (admittedly talking to a postgres-audience, at PGcon 2014):
PGcon 2014 talk by Hipp
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