From: David Abrahams (dave_at_[hidden])
Date: 2002-12-06 15:02:00
Rene Rivera <grafik666_at_[hidden]> writes:
> [2002-12-06] Vladimir Prus wrote:
>>Is that solution OK for everybody?
> Seems fine to me. By the way I was just waiting for the dust to settle, as I
> have very significant lags most times, for example I recently had a 10 hour
> lag to one of my emails to yahoogroups.
>>P.S. Markus, Dave told he recieve an email where you say that
>>firewall did not play nice with Psi. I did not recieve that
>>message yet :-( I still hope we can do something about that.
>>Real-time chat proved quite effective.
> The only problem I see with real-time chat is that the discussions are not
> archive and as widely available.
> Would moving the jamboost list to a more responsive server help here? Are
> the Sourceforge lists more responsive? (I sometimes see significant lags in
> it) Are the iu.edu lists more responsive?
Not sure. I never /notice/ a delay responsiveness with any of them. I
can set up a SF list pretty easily, though.
Moving the message archive is not so easy, so if we need that we
should go to IU. It's still nontrivial, so I'm not sure what it would
take to make the jump.
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