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Insider Informations needed

From: Ingmar Krusch <krusch@novedia.de>
Date: Thu, 16 Dec 1999 14:28:00 +0100
To: "Jigsaw Mailingliste" <www-jigsaw@w3.org>
Message-ID: <000801bf47c9$5f7c3f40$122aa8c0@eagle.novedia.de>
Hi folks

Some time back I said that we are investigating the possibility to port the
Jigsaw to our customers platform.

Our Customer requires some information, so here's what I'd like to know:

1. Who is responsible for the release and maintenance of the Jigsaw?

    => I assume it is the responsibility of the developers?!

2. What are the future plans for Jigsaw?

    => I assume "http://www.w3.org/Jigsaw/Activity.html" lists all infos
available to the public. Are there any plans not listed there or that are
not for public eyes? If so, please contact me privately.

3. Are there any stability and performance analysis of the Jigsaw?

    => We did some tests ourselves with Jigsaw and Apache but would prefer
real world experiences.

4. How big is the Jigsaw team and  what kind of support does the team or the
product have?

    => I assume that the whole team consist of the two developers (Yves
Lafon and Benoît Mahé) mentioned on the web page. Are there other people
involved (marketing, Q&A etc.)?

5. Is there a release or feature cycles?

Any hints would be greatly appreciated. I also have another question. If
(and this is an "if" in bold font) we actually port the software, we would
be interested in introducing a uniform error handling and reporting strategy
to the Jigsaw. We could do this for our port but would be interested in
folding back theses changes into the W3 distribution. Who would be
responsible for these negotiations?


Ingmar Krusch, Dipl.-Inf. (FH)             Ingmar.Krusch@novedia.de
Novedia GmbH, Hardenbergstraße 19          Tel +49 30 311889-55
10623 Berlin-Charlottenburg                Fax +49 30 311889-19
Received on Thursday, 16 December 1999 08:29:07 UTC

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