Moving databases are not hard when you are just moving them around. They become increasingly more difficult if you decide that the whole design of the database needs to change.
Add to this the fact that all of the old data needs to come along too, and the fact that the guy who wrote the orignal code is probably getting ready for finals and is over 200 miles away. That's what I did today.
The documentation for making debian packages is severely lacking. Someone needs to write a book equivalent to Maximum RPM for debian packages.
Went to the grocery store. Made the mistake of leaving around sunset. Since I don't really have a car I walked over. This time of year in Reno the temperature drops like a stone as soon as the sun sets. So I got a fine taste of the cool.
Fun fact: Keeping your hat on top of your monitor makes it quite toasty when you have to walk to the grocery store.
Well enough of the verbosity.