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Re: Jigsaw in general - why not?

From: <darrochi@dcs.gla.ac.uk>
Date: Mon, 10 Jan 2000 13:27:28 GMT
Message-Id: <200001101327.NAA15183@albatross.dcs.gla.ac.uk>
To: scode@scode.webprovider.com, ylafon@w3.org
Cc: www-jigsaw@w3.org
Having used jigsaw for the past few months I can say that in fact it does work.
I dont know about security because I have not tested it.  I have used servlets 
extensively with no problems.  Maybe somenone else has used it to its full 
capacity.  I didnt notice any difference between my applet running on Jigsaw 
compared with running on a different server.

>>On Sat, 1 Jan 2000, Peter Schuller wrote:
>>> Hello,
>>> I've been wondering; why do all reviewers of Jigsaw seem to say "Hey, it's
>>> great, but nothing I'd use!"? Everyone seems to agree that Jigsaw is very
>>> advanced and "on the edge" in terms of features, but reviewers tend to say
>>> it's nothing for big-time use.
>>Well, some reviews stated wrong things, like lack of support for virtual
>>hosts and other things.
>>> Why? Is there something I'm not aware of? Isn't Jigsaw secure? Isn't it
>>> stable? What?
>>jigsaw.w3.org is running Jigsaw, and the latest downtime was when someone
>>replace one lib that the jvm was using, causing it to coredump... It
>>handles 20/30khits day with some servlets, CGI and even experimental stuff
>>on a poor old sparc20, without any problem.
>>Just to say that we are pretty confident in its stability, and no security
>>problems have ever been reported.
>>> So what am I missing? Is it just ignorance on the part of the reviewers, or
>>> am I the one who's ignorant?
>>I hope more people can give you feedback, as I am not in the best position
>>to say that it works ;)
>>      /\          - Yves Lafon - World Wide Web Consortium - 
>>  /\ /  \        Architecture Domain - Jigsaw Activity Leader
>> /  \    \/\    
>>/    \   /  \   http://www.w3.org/People/Lafon - ylafon@w3.org    
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