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In message <199808171525.KAA18080@lyn112.tsg.adc.com>, Dave Whitinger writes:
>On 15 Aug, Roger Dingledine wrote:
>> Ok, I haven't heard from the 'big players' lately, so I feel kind of
>> out of touch. Can I get a show of hands from everybody on the list, as
>> to who's in which category?
>NNTP sounds like a good plan to me.
>I think taking comp.os.linux.news is a bad idea - I much prefer a
>closed news service - where people must go through some kind of web
>interface to post articles. This allows a more controlled interface.
>I think we need to have something that is unquestionably ours. Going
>out to usenet is a bad idea, imho.
Agreed. This service also won't be needed on as many servers initially
etc., so a closed service is more controllable and better suited to what
we're trying to do.
>I seriously doubt you will be able to get the authors of INN to strip
>75% of the code for us. I'm willing to run INN at threepoint.com, but
>is everyone else willing?
That, plus the support that you'd get. If you tell people you're having
problems but running a 75% stripped INN, you might not get that much help :)
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