On 15 April 2016, Roy Tennant wrote:
> In my experience, for a number of use cases, including possibly this one, a
> database is overkill. Often, flat files in a directory system indexed by
> something like Solr is plenty and you avoid the inevitable headaches of being
> a database administrator. Backup, for example, is a snap and easily automated.
And if you want to turn the bib into a web site, then it's easy to use a static
site generator like Jekyll: put a few lines of metadata at the top of each
file, set up a template, and bingo, there's your site.
William Denton ↔ Toronto, Canada ↔ https://www.miskatonic.org/