Folks, I know that any of you are great engineer. I really respect
your work, but I'll never understand why you just do not deploy
old fashioned yet reliable IRC server (or use freenode), and everyone
will be happy?
Same is with Jive. We cannot open any new newsgroup because Jive come
to the point when adding new groups could be critical to its stability.
Why then we do not use newsgroup server and everyone will be happy?
Look, for example, mailman system. Does anyone complain about mailman?
I don't think so. Because it is simple, and just works!
During my spare time I frequently think why hardware today is at least
one generation ahead from software? Maybe this is answer. There are lot
of bad software on the market today, that only solution for people is
to buy better hardware. Increasing demand for hardware we increase its
innovation and development.
Look for example lot of webmail-based services. They increased Internet
traffic enormous because it is more like a fashion. Good engineers designed
sendmail, pine, etc., and they just send message from source server to
destination one. In webmail if I want to send something I have to send them
to the server in USA, for example and he will download it from the same
server even if recipient lives two streets from me!
I think that we are serious engineers, and it is not allowed to us to
produce unreliable and unscalable software. Or we will not see in the
future difference between Microsoft's and our products.
MSc Uros Nedic
From: Shawn Walker [mailto:[email protected]]
Sent: May 28, 2009 11:37 PM
To: Glynn Foster
Cc: Uros Nedic; 'Anil Gulecha'; 'OpenSolaris Advocacy'
Subject: Re: [advocacy-discuss] OpenSolaris Live Chat Join Now!!
Glynn Foster wrote:
> On 28/05/2009, at 10:36 AM, Uros Nedic wrote:
>> I think slashdot.org is not nice solution to host it. IRC channel on
>> irc.freenode.net would be much better answer. I'm willing to chat but
>> I just cannot do it. I never used slashdot.org nor I see some chat
>> opportunity there.
> I think the interface was disappointing - but the barrier to
> participating is potentially easier than people getting an IRC client
> and joining a channel. I believe the Slashdot folks are looking into
> improving the user interface in future.
> We may think about putting on regular IRC chat sessions in future to
> talk about OpenSolaris.
Surely the Java-based IRC client we have on opensolaris.org would work?
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