On 4/10/06, ara.t.howard / noaa.gov <ara.t.howard / noaa.gov> wrote:
> On Tue, 11 Apr 2006, Zed Shaw wrote:
>
> >  * "Mongrel powers the Web 2.0 revolution just like Rails."
> >  * "Mongrel's enterprise ready, look, says so right in the name."
> >  * "Mongrel's version 1.2, Rails is only 1.1.58."
> >  * "Sure Mongrel can scale, all you do is strap a salmon to the jello and > it scales just fine."
> >      -- Makes about as much sense as Java's scalability arguments so why not.
>
> zed-
>
> you clearly don't work in the government or you'd know that the key producing
> robust code is to name it with acronyms - preferably double nested ones.
> really good projects have tripple nested acronyms, so you've got a ways to go.
>
> my personal feeling is that when GNU makes that final hurdle and from double
> nesting to tripple is that they'll toppile microsoft in one quarter.

Like the HURD?

  HIRD of Unix Replacing Daemons
    HURD of Interfaces Representing Depth

;^)

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> ;-)
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> -a
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> be kind whenever possible... it is always possible.
> - h.h. the 14th dali lama
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thanks,
-pate
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