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Re: Introducing Feedcache: QOS for RSS
by Anonymous
This is really confusing. Is it a web service? Is it open source software I can dowload and run myself? Are there any examples of usage? How can I use it? The wiki page makes no sense and tells me nothing that isn't in this blog entry. In fact the wiki is almost a textbook example of how wikis are sometimes really awful for providing any sort of orientation or navigation, especially since it looks like 90% of stuff under the "table of contents" has nothing to do with FeedCache. If this is an OS platform you guys are releasing, then I think that's a great idea. It's a space which needs to me commoditized. However if this is a centralized web service, I don't see any reason to use it. Okay, rant over. I'm only commenting because I think software like this will be an important piece of infrastructure in the future. :)
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