I count four in Spanish: R (alveolar tap or flap), RR (alveolar trill), L (alveolar lateral approximant) and LL (palatal lateral approximant). And three in English.
The only "new thing" is a database abstraction layer that they should have already been using to begin with. Who in this day still writes their software heavily coupled to a single database rather than using a thin abstraction layer?
we did, it's desktopcouch. Turned out to be too thin.
Our structured data sync service is CouchDB, except for tomboy notes. Syncing files is a completely separate stack.
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