Re: [hackers] Edge-to-Edge Principal / Reed's Law and other esoterica

2003-08-02 Thread CMR
world tenet of highly connected, local networks which are minimally (but optimally) globally connected seems to have some legs here; more on this later... Peace CMR --enter gratuitous quotation that implies my profundity here--

Re: [hackers] Re: Edge-to-Edge Principal / Reed's Law

2003-08-01 Thread CMR
such a system might be designed and implemented; gnutella based? Granted, the feasibility of an in place, functional and reliable distributed system may well prove the best argument for the ctralized option in the end. CMR --enter gratuitous quotation that implies my profundity here--

Fw: [hackers] Re: Edge-to-Edge Principal / Reed's Law; revised

2003-08-01 Thread CMR
Statement edited for clarity: Granted, the feasibility of an in place, functional and reliable distributed system may well prove the best argument for the centralized option in the end. CMR --enter gratuitous quotation that implies my profundity here--

Re: Fw: [hackers] Re: Edge-to-Edge Principal / Reed's Law; revised2

2003-08-01 Thread CMR
Granted, the feasibility of an in place, functional and reliable distributed system may well prove the best argument for the centralized option in the end. Hi CMR, I'm sorry -- i'm still having trouble figuring out this statement. Did you mean that the *infeasibility* of a distributed

Re: Fw: [hackers] Re: Edge-to-Edge Principal / Reed's Law; revised2

2003-08-01 Thread CMR
A quick note - the decentralized system that is being proposed is NOT peer to peer. At the top, at the aggregator, it functions just the same as the centralized solution: One database, searchable and acessable by all - ie napster. Think I got it; so the aggregator functions like the news

Re: [hackers] Status: Media, VV, Action (addendum to last meeting)

2003-08-01 Thread CMR
component, I'm on board... CMR --enter gratuitous quotation that implies my profundity here--

Re: [hackers] Transparency

2003-07-31 Thread CMR
downloaded and installed but can't get it to take in my test enviro; bluesky and the others load fine though(?); debug time (where's my boss...) Thanks CMR --enter gratuitous quotation that implies my profundity here--

Re: [hackers] Draft Deanster Design Doc and other stuff

2003-07-30 Thread CMR
as opposed to conflictive purposes and thus overall growth. And it could conceivably increase the chances that the project survives in the event that fickle fortune frowns upon it's central purpose. Cheers CMR --enter gratuitous quotation that implies my profundity here--

Re: [hackers] Abandoning current theme project

2003-07-30 Thread CMR
work) churn out a test theme or 2; then I'd be totally open to requests; freebird? CMR --enter gratuitous quotation that implies my profundity here--

[hackers] PHP hosting recommendations for DeanSpace?

2003-07-28 Thread CMR
/support ratio is the dream Thanks CMR--enter gratuitous quotation that implies my profundity here--

Re: [hackers] Browser Detect?

2003-07-26 Thread CMR
be made idiot proof, it should not have to be vegetable proof; the user does have some responsibility for their own online experience, IMHO. CMR --enter gratuitous quotation that implies my profundity here--

Re: [hackers] A Proposition

2003-07-26 Thread CMR
I'm for the transition to DeanSpace as well.. CMR --enter gratuitous quotation that implies my profundity here--

Re: [hackers] How about deancountry.com?

2003-07-24 Thread CMR
domain. Just my two cents. Sounds like a handle that would appeal more to dubya's crowd to me; as in y'all hippie tree-huggers from vermont ain't country! IMHO CMR --enter gratuitous quotation that implies my profundity here--

Re: [hackers] How about deancountry.com?

2003-07-24 Thread CMR
of .com, right Yes, attorneys will do stupid things like that in court. These guys don't seem to have an issue with it: http://www.johnkerry.com/ http://www.democrats.com/ http://www.ndol.com/ CMR --enter gratuitous quotation that implies my profundity here--

Re: [hackers] How about deancountry.com?

2003-07-24 Thread CMR
That some people are morons doesn't make being a moron the right thing to do. we're agreed on the above point; we just disagree on what's right and what strategy's moronic Cheers^2 CMR --enter gratuitous quotation that implies my profundity here-- - Original Message - From: Jay R

Re: [hackers] Code, Code, Code (and hosting?)

2003-07-23 Thread CMR
to tools they've helped envision. for_the_record qualifier=as if anybody cared I was tabling, flyering, and canvassing for causes long before I was a geek, thank you/for_the_record Cheers CMR --enter gratuitous quotation that implies my profundity here--

Re: [hackers] node hosting

2003-07-22 Thread CMR
is a waste of energy or not, my offer was to help out if the eventual consensus was that we wanted to offer that feature. I'm fine with it if we decide against that, but I think we ought to be allowed to discuss the merits of the idea, if any, in order to reach that consensus. Thanks CMR --enter