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Answer by Hernani , Qato lead developer and father of Tiago · Mar 07, 2010 at 05:04 PM
The only possible problem is that we have (yet) a couple of raw sql statements in the code. We removed most of them and converted it to pure django orm code. The original CNPROG was developed with mysql only support in mind, so some of those queries only worked in mysql. Right now, the only problem might be in the cron job scripts. There was a "lazy" solution to make them work with postgresql, by cloning the scripts and converting the sql to work with postgres. Never tried the cron jobs with sqlite, but I use it a lot in the normal osqa operations here in my computer while testing because it's easier to create and dump databases and usually works pretty well.