On June 14, 2003 11:38 am, a man called bailo had a brain fart:
It depends on the application as to whether you want centralized fileQuote:
> p2p subverts the idea of a centralized server.
> by making us both client and server in a small p2p application.
> is the next step the p2p-ization of the database?
> eliminating the big servers, in favor of small personal data that
> can be web-bed together?
> limewire has some ideas on that. there are others.
> linux, with its free dbms built in, is prime for us to have our own,
> personal dbms, webbed together in a network. effectively longhorn
> and palladium have been aced.
sharing or not.
In a business setting, centralizing the file servers is good because
it simplifies backup and control.
In a consumer setting, it's not so good as noone really wants to put
their data on a remote server that they may not always be able to get
Just a couple of examples.
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