[ejabberd] More virt host woes.
stpeter at stpeter.im
Sat Feb 9 03:06:18 MSK 2008
Brian Cully wrote:
> On 8-Feb-2008, at 13:54, Peter Saint-Andre wrote:
>> Brian Cully wrote:
>>> Honestly, I have to think that the ODBC stuff is done this way on
>>> purpose to drum up sales for Process One's enterprise server. Anyone
>>> with even the smallest amount of experience knows that you keep a
>>> single persistent pool of connections around for these kinds of
>>> workloads. As you would have to be extremely ignorant to employ this
>>> code, or slightly malicious/greedy, my bet is on malice/greed.
>> "Never attribute to malice that which can be adequately explained by
>> stupidity." -- http://www.jargon.net/jargonfile/h/HanlonsRazor.html
> I'm familiar with Hanlon's Razor, I just don't agree with it all the
> time. Particularly when Occam's Razor tells me not to.
Well, it all turns on what you consider "adequately explained" to
>> BTW, ejabberd is open source. Feel free to submit patches, or even
>> it if you'd like.
Sorry, I didn't mean to be snarky.
> I have every intention of submitting patches once they're suitable.
> They're large enough, however, that I'm not holding my breath for
> their inclusion.
I'm just a protocol geek and server admin, so I don't have direct
experience of submitting patches to this project.
> I don't have any intention of forking, although I have to admit the
> possibility given my constraints.
> Regardless, I think we can stick a fork in this thread. At least
> until I try to submit my patches to Process One. I appreciate all the
> feedback and help I've received so far.
We AIM to please!
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