Compiling on Windows, and a question of policy

John R Levine johnl@iecc.com
Mon Dec 2 14:07:12 UTC 2002


>> Anyone distributing a serious end-user DCC product must make provisions
>> for DCC servers for that product or be seen as doing the same sort of
>> thing that spammers do.

I'm considering building a lowish end mail appliance using DCC, but if I
do, it'll be running something unixish so it can run its own server, and
I'd charge a monthly maintenance fee which would include access to other
servers.

If DCC catches on, the economics are likely to be like those of usenet.
If you're big enough and/or clueful enough to run your own server, you can
usually find others will peer with you for free.  If not, you pay for
access to someone else's server.

Regards,
John Levine, johnl@iecc.com, Primary Perpetrator of "The Internet for Dummies",
Information Superhighwayman wanna-be, http://iecc.com/johnl, Sewer Commissioner
"More Wiener schnitzel, please", said Tom, revealingly.




More information about the DCC mailing list

Contact vjs@rhyolite.com by mail or use the form.