For some reason, I’ve been thinking a lot about the database antipattern lately, and—while I’m not too concerned that having my content stored in SQLite will result in it becoming irretrievably locked up or that it adds significant administrative overhead to running my site—thought it might not be a bad idea to have it saved in a more universally-readable format, so spent an hour or so setting things up so that everything gets saved out to plain text and scheduling a cron job to automatically back it all up to a private GitHub repo a couple of times a day. It was surprisingly easy.

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