I said that online support (e.g. active online forums) are all but dried up.
If you can't see that, then you haven't been online very long. I have been away for a few years and now that I am back tinkering with IT all of my favorite online user forums are dead.
Never would have thought that would happen.
This seems to be an active database forum, and that is great, but it is one of the few that has survived the times.
1.) I don't want to use a proprietary database for my startup because I cannot afford one.
2.) MySQL was a great open-source database before Oracle took over it, and rumors started of its ultimate demise.
3.) I was interested in trying PostgreSQL, but the forums for it haven't been updated in years.
THAT is my problem...
I'm not a genius like many of you, and I need an active online community to help me along with whatever open-source database I choose.