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User & Date: drh 2018-12-10 12:34:08
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2018-12-10
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Futher homepage enhancements. Improvements and typo fixes on secondary pages. check-in: e6aa1d2d9a user: drh tags: trunk
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Further tweaks to the homepage. check-in: dd073d8325 user: drh tags: trunk
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Improvements to the homepage. check-in: 893d161a74 user: drh tags: trunk
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    28     28   SQLite is built using a 
    29     29   [https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/DO-178B|DO-178B]-inspired process.
    30     30   The [testing|testing standards] for SQLite are among the highest for
    31     31   commercial software.
    32     32   
    33     33   <p>
    34     34   SQLite is [copyright|open-source] but it is not open-contribution.
    35         -All the code in SQLite is written by experts.
    36         -The project does not accept "pull requests" or other code from 
           35  +All the code in SQLite is written by a small team of experts.
           36  +The project does not accept "pull requests" or patches from 
    37     37   anonymous passers-by on the internet.
    38     38   
           39  +<p>
           40  +The developers of SQLite intend to support the product through
           41  +the year 2050.  To this end, the source code is carefully documented
           42  +to promote long-term maintainability.  We prefer mature and stable
           43  +over trendy and cutting-edge.
           44  +
    39     45   <p>
    40     46   All of these factors combine to make SQLite a very trouble-free
    41     47   software library.

Changes to pages/index.in.

     6      6   [footprint|small],
     7      7   [faster than the filesystem|fast],
     8      8   [self-contained], 
     9      9   [high-reliability],
    10     10   [full-featured SQL|full-featured],
    11     11   SQL database engine.
    12     12   SQLite is the [most used] database engine in the world.
    13         -It is built into all mobile phones and most computers and
           13  +SQLite is built into all mobile phones and most computers and
    14     14   comes bundled inside countless other applications that people
    15     15   use every day.
    16     16   <a href="about.html">More Information...</a>
    17     17   
           18  +<p>
           19  +The SQLite [file format] is stable, cross-platform, and
           20  +backwards compatible and the developers pledge to keep it
           21  +that way through at least the year 2050.  SQLite database
           22  +files are commonly uses as a container to transfer rich 
           23  +content between systems
           24  +[affshort|&#91;1&#93;]
           25  +[appformat|&#91;2&#93;]
           26  +and as a long-term archival format 
           27  +for data
           28  +[recommended storage format|&#91;3&#93;].
           29  +There are over 1 trillion SQLite databases in active use.
           30  +
    18     31   <p>
    19     32   SQLite [https://sqlite.org/src|source code]
    20     33   is in the [public-domain] and is free to 
    21     34   everyone to use for any purpose.
    22     35   
    23     36   <h3>Latest Release</h3>
    24     37   <a href="releaselog/3_27_0.html">Version 3.27.0</a> ([dateof:3.27.0]).
    25     38   <a class="button" href="download.html">Download</a>
    26     39   <a class="button" href="chronology.html">Prior Releases</a>
    27     40   
    28     41   <h3>Common Links</h3>
    29     42   <tcl>common_links</tcl>

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    25     25   [https://www.loc.gov/preservation/digital/formats/fdd/fdd000461.shtml#local]
    26     26   <li>
    27     27   [https://www.loc.gov/preservation/resources/rfs/data.html]
    28     28   </ul>
    29     29   
    30     30   <p>
    31     31   As of this writing (2018-05-29) the only other recommended storage formats
    32         -for datasets are JSON and CSV.
           32  +for datasets are XML, JSON, and CSV.
    33     33   
    34     34   <h2>What Is A Recommended Storage Format?</h2>
    35     35   
    36     36   <p>
    37     37   Recommended storage formats are formats which, in the opinion of the
    38     38   preservationists at the Library of Congress, maximizes the chance of
    39     39   survival and continued accessibility of digital content.