Re: [JSX-ideas] Re: New poll for JSX-ideas
- Hi Brandon,
> > A guarentee that the tool is robust, that it will keep working; andI checked it out - that's one impressive product!
> > maintenable, any problems that arise can be fixed easily.
> This comment reminds me a lot of qmail.
> The "selling point" of qmail is that it's simple, robust, efficient, and willHis list of what makes it secure is very interesting. Sendmail seems like
> 1) always be configurable to do what you want, and 2) not break.
a rambling hack... inter alia, he has refactored it, and minimized the harm
that can flow from bugs (in terms of security holes).
He also comments about problems with parsing ambiguities - XML resolves this,
> You might try contacting the author of qmail to see how he makes money sinceI've contacted him (though the page says it may take "months" before he
> qmail is free.
replies. That may be just to deter qmail queries, of course...).
I think he probably makes some money indirectly from consulting and authoring
work, as Gary suggests I do... qmail is a fantastic advertisement of talent.
> I surely hope that he is rolling in money because qmail is a very fineI fear he may be a starving inventor... that's the thing I have wanted to avoid
> tool, on par with JSX in terms of solving all of my problems where everything
> else falls flat.
since I was 5 years old...
....tho I think you are being far too kind to JSX here! But thanks for the