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Re: SL to Ledger-SMB - Is it a good idea and why?

david wrote:
> I've been lurking here, wondering about changing over. It seems like
> it's  time to make a decision, given the progressive drift apart of the
> two systems.
> With due respect to Chris and other developers, the questions are:
> * what is the down side to SMB vis-a-vis SL?

The downside to SMB is the upgrade.
The upsides are:


A true core team with real experience

Did I mention Community?

Active development

A strong understanding for relational design and data integrity

A even stronger respect for security and the reality that we are dealing
with people's money.

A roadmap to continously improve the product.

Joshua D. Drake

> * how painful is the transition?
> * are people using SMB happily?
> * is anyone sorry they did it?
> kind regards and thanks...
> David 
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