Going back to file systems seems wrong but it would minimize the effort to 
get going. I might think about it more and come up with something better.

On Saturday, October 12, 2013 7:03:35 AM UTC-4, Dale Ross wrote:
> I have an idea that involves partial updates of large data sets from 
> multiple sources. Pretty much, the content will in most cases preexist and 
> will be synced with a central repository. I might be barking up the wrong 
> tree, but I think git might be a good model to replicate. I could fork the 
> code and prototype the concept but when I'm done it would be used in a 
> solution if it fits the bill. While writing this post, I'm even seeing how 
> git could be used without too many changes.
> Nice! This group is awesome! It auto-answers questions even before they're 
> even submitted. Any advise would be appreciated in any case but the 
> modified concept I thought about while typing this would more or less be
> Extract existing data to file system with in my expected format, git them 
> to my git server, automate the insertion to my db from the git server. You 
> guys rock!!!

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