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About This Forum
As of 2020-03-12, the legacy mailing lists for SQLite are deprecated. Users are encouraged to use this forum for all future discussions about SQLite. Use the links in the menu bar at the top of this page to navigate the forum.
Use this forum to:
- Ask questions about using or programming with SQLite.
- Report bugs against SQLite.
- Report documentation issues with SQLite or suggest ways to improve the documentation.
- Ask for new features in SQLite.
- Seek instruction on how SQLite operates internally.
- Discuss other software that is hosted in the SQLite source code repository such as Lemon or althttpd.c.
Why A Forum Instead Of A Mailing List?
Advantages to this forum include:
Messages can be formatted using plain-text, Markdown, or Fossil-Wiki and the display will be consistent across all platforms. Formatting is no longer subject to the idiosyncrasies of diverse email readers.
It is much easier for anonymous passers-by to post questions or comments since they do not have to go through a sign-up and email verification procedure.
Messages can be edited if mistakes are discovered after posting.
Users can sign up for to receive forum posts via email, so that the forum works a lot like a traditional mailing list. But unlike a traditional mailing list, email is not required.
Full-text search is built-in
Improved privacy protections. Users can participate with full anonymity. Or, if you choose to sign in, the system never reveals your email address to other users.
The entire history of discussion can be cloned and downloaded for use off-line.
The forum seems to work better than email on mobile devices.
The Forum software works with any web server. (MailMan, which was the software used in the legacy mailing list apparently requires the use of Apache - or at least we were never able to get it to work with another web server such as althttpd used by the rest of the SQLite website.)
The use of Forum software reduces the SQLite project's dependence on external software (MailMan) and services (www.mail-archive.com).