Zach,
Thanks for the offer.  I'm swamped right now with 2 different projects
plus the payed gig.  I was hoping someone else had started down this
path already.

I might try to get this rolling when one of my projects gets to the
coding stage.  I'll let you know.

Brian

Zach Dennis <zdennis / mktec.com> wrote in message news:<418D1EA2.60003 / mktec.com>...
> Brian Yamabe wrote:
> 
> >These are interesting suggestions, but miss the point.  VNC and SSH
> >need to be installed because not all machines are going to have 'em. 
> >A USB Key or CD works, but requires that they be synched.  I
> >understand that a strong security model would need to be in place, and
> >that is something the environment would provide.
> >
> >Here's an example of what I want to do.  I'm at my brother-in-laws who
> >just bought one of Bill Gates' silly $100 internet machine and a cable
> >modem.  He starts messing with his Media Center 2005 PC and leaves me
> >with the brain dead browser box.  Shoot, I need to get some work done,
> >so I log into my "mobile development" system via https.  My project is
> >an e-commerce site built with Ruby.  From this system I can run tests,
> >edit code, build, and deploy the entire
> >project.  No VNC, no SSH, no USB keys or CDs.  If I could work this
> >way, I wouldn't need to lug a laptop between work and home.  I could
> >do development anywhere I find a browser.  Even my mobile phone.
> >
> Brian this sounds like a fun and useful project. I'm up to starting a 
> project with you, and anyone else interested if you're up to it. I don't 
> want to do it alone, but I'd love to be apart of a small group making 
> this happen.
> 
> If you are interested, let's see who else is interested in joining and 
> then set up on a online chat session so we could talk about project 
> scope, deliverables, etc...and get this party moving.
> 
> What d'ya say?
> 
> Zach