On Wed, Dec 20, 2000 at 01:39:23PM +0000, Justin Mason mentioned:
> > I've also had a look at the "services". One is a freshmeat compeditor
> > (kinda nice, but when I clicked "install" I got an librpm error. Must
> > upgrade that), the other is the online drive. Which is ... ok I suppose.
> The big problem I've had with it is Mozilla, of course -- with Nautilus,
> Mozilla itself (as nightlies) and Galeon all competing to be *the*
> mozilla, only one of 'em can work. It's absurd.
Hardly. Mozilla components are supposed to be half of what the mozilla
project is about.
Only things that bug me are that you can't login to anything with it, SSL
or not. Or so I think.
> Online drives only IMHO make sense in first-world countries like the US,
> where bandwidth is cheap ;)
Nah. I don't intend using it as my home directory....but it's nice to put
something put online. Sorta like an FTP account, only permenant.
> (Wonder if they're using DAV for that?)
Same here. Didn't wonder hard enough to packet dump it though.
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