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From Pier Fumagalli <p...@betaversion.org>
Subject Re: Proposal draft for Tomcat 5.0
Date Mon, 24 Jun 2002 10:21:24 GMT
"Remy Maucherat" <remm@apache.org> wrote:

> We did, and apparently, there are 3 people disagreeing with the new
> proposal (one of whom because he just doesn't care, to quote his own words).

I don't care about a mediocre servlet engine aimed to "small-to-medium scale
websites that don't get 8 million hits per day" (quoting Craig) or a servlet
engine withstanding "nigthly tests involving 10 millions calls to
HelloWorldExample servlets" (quoting Henri)...

Nope... Given that what pays my rent is something "different" now, for sure
I don't care about those two scenarios :)

If Tomcat 5.0 follows the trend established by its predecessors, Jserv 1.0,
Jserv 2.0 (based on Catalina), Tomcat 4.0 and Tomcat 4.1, it'll be
installable one click, it will work straight out of the box on any
whatsoever OS on this planet (even on your toaster if it has a JVM), it will
support PERL modules, and it will fall over when you shove in it more than 5
requests at the same time (but of course it will have the best admin console
available on the planet, using JMX, EJB and JTA, just because configurations
need to be transactional)...

Bah... If you guys stop being ridiculous and come up with a proposal that is
something more than a couple of buzzwords, I'll shut up... (Hint Hint) :)

    Pier


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