__/ [alain] on Saturday 15 October 2005 09:41 \__
> Roy Schestowitz wrote:
>> One may begin to conceive a Google killer rather than a Windows killer.
>> The required resources, however, in particular data centres, make the
>> (financial) entry barrier too high to initiate a substantial enough
> Doesn't have to be that big a barrier.
> You could try a totally different approach; 'SE@HOME', 'P2P-SE' or even
> a combination of both.
I'll have a look, thanks.
> That would bring a whole new load of problems, but it would take away
> the need for a lot of resources.
> So... who here knows Python ? :)
Why Python? Because Brin used it? Speaking of which, I heard about Python on
Rails some days ago. I can't recall if it simply hit the Slashdot front
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