And, with that, couchdb on our dev infrastructure is upgraded to the still obsolete 2.3.1 version. One step down, many more steps to go before we've got comfortably ahead of this locus of technical debt. *sigh*

@lightweight so far what's your experience with couchdb? Would you use it for a new project? Is it better than, say, postgres with json fields?

@categulario heh. Fair question. CouchDB is kinda cool, and it seems very stable once you've got it working... but yeah, it's been in use for this project for 6-7 years now. If we were starting this again, I'd 100% be picking PostgreSQL + JSON fields.

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