On Sat, 14 Oct 2006 23:29:42 -0500, Erik Funkenbusch wrote:
> On 14 Oct 2006 11:34:17 -0700, Roy Schestowitz wrote:
>> Open-source HA middleware spawns apps ecosystem
>> ,----[ Quote ]
>>| OpenClovis will launch an open source project site next
>>| month, designed to help commercial and open-source software
>>| developers add high-availability (HA) features to their
>>| applications. The "ClovisForge" site will host wrappers that
>>| integrate applications with the OpenClovis suite of dual-licensed,
>>| high-availability middleware.
>>| OpenClovis VP of marketing Subbu Iyer describes ClovisForge as
>>| "the first site dedicated to open telecom applications." He
>>| says the site grew out of the "converging infrastructure"
>>| between IT datacenters and telecommunications, as a result of
>>| AdvancedTCA, Carrier Grade Linux, and other standards aimed at
>>| leveraging commodity PC components and operating systems in telecom.
> You mean "wants to spawn". This is typical "pre-announce" something you
> "plan to do", and then mysteriously there's no more word...
Another trait of the Linux advocate.
We hear all the time about xxxyyyzzz PLANNING to convert to Linux.
Funny thing is, we rarely hear about it being done as planned, on time or
See Munich (way behind schedule) and Bergen (totally abandoned) for