As the BioJS project was revealed, the primary concern was to decide which database to use and how it would be managed after the summer.
These concerns arise because of the fact that the database will have to perform functions like sorting (for top 3 components for each category) in which we wouldn't want much time lag. The MongoDB vs Postgres thing was also discussed in the last community call.
Also, another important concern is DevOps. Who will be managing the stuff after the summer? Would it require him/her to learn a new skill? As @rowlandm
pointed out, he cannot give much of his time to learning a new skill. As far as I know, Rowland is more comfortable with Postgres. I'm trying to say that we should not neglect the DevOps as @rowlandm
pointed out here: https://docs.google.com/presentation/d/1LbkgW07l5yKYneAzQFhYQOHup6JCPXlLJ9bJPtBI4Qg/edit#slide=id.g3456451396_0_5
(See "Tips for backend students") :smiley: