I will not comment further on the merits of other groups. This is just a
technical comment about making an offline copy, which I find handy when
disconnected from the internet.
On Mon, Feb 22, 2016 at 08:24:42AM -0400, Gary Wells email@example.com [amelyachtowners] wrote:
Actually, downloading and archiving is pretty easy.It worked for me.
You can archive to a database, but I've not been successful at gettingThe database (.db3 as named by default) is not a proprietary format. It
uses an open source database format and free library called SQLITE,
probably one of the most widespread pieces of software on the planet.
I did copy-paste operations until MS Word cried "uncle" and have beenThat sounds painful. Contact me offline if you'd like some help making
sense of it. I've spent some time with it as I maintain a C++ wrapper for
the SQLITE database, sqliter.org if you prefer C++. Or there are plenty
of GUI tools to view/edit them.