I'm not sure what capacity planning has to do with trademark issues or
why you think their lawyers are also sysadmins. Perhaps you can
On 5/31/08, Rory Browne <rbmlist at gmail.com> wrote:
> 2008/5/31 Patrick O'Doherty <patrick at thelifeofpatrick.com>:
>> it does seem like a sure way to crash their servers on download day,
>> they plan on relying heavily on bit torrent. I'll be interesting to see
>> it turns out on the day.
>> I was going to reply that Mozilla aren't stupid, and that they would
> have planned for this type of thing - then I remembered the
> Debian/Iceweasel fiasco.
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