I can hardly agree.
Such a plug-and-play-backup can obviously only be basic equipment for the vanilla user. The expert - of course - will switch it off and customize his one.
But see how complicated it was to find a working solution for the easiest case possible. And a database backup is not just a backup for the case of a system crash or so. It is a bare necessity in order to get tryton usable at all.
I can hardly believe, that a automated local (and possibly encrypted) backup can be less safe (accounting all possible risks) than no backup at all. And the expert always can customize a better and safer solution for his needs.
This leads back to the question I’m still not really certain about:
For whom is tryton?
- Professional admins and business data processing specialists - or
- as well entrepreneurs, company founders, shop owners, self-employed craftsmen etc. with slightly advanced computer knowledge ?
People at the forum say #2 people are welcome, but tend to discuss more in a style which fits to #1 folks.
Just my observation as a typical #2 person…