Subject Re: [IB-Architect] Re: Some thoughts on IB and security
Author Helen Borrie
At 01:37 PM 28-04-00 +0200, you wrote:
>Jim Starkey wrote:
> > Interbase is for people with a problem to solve. I intended to
> > put DBAs out of business (Ann says I should say I wanted to make
> > them more productive. This isn't true.) Now I want all system
> > administrators to be replaced by robots than can change tape
> > cartridges.
> > Interbase should be so simple to install and use that people
> > will use it in preference to their VCRs. If they need to hire
> > a DBA, we haven't done our job. If they need to hire a geek
> > to install it, we haven't done our job. If they need a system
> > administrator to tune it, we haven't done our job.

Paul Reeves wrote:

>I think there is enough material there to fuel a marketing campaign well into
>the next millenium.

And I grabbed it for "Our Best Anecdotes" in the Appendix of the IBDH. :-))

"Ask not what your free, open-source database can do for you,
but what you can do for your free, open-source database."