On Tue, 26 Sep 2006, Dave Augustus wrote:
Due to the awesome product that LVS is I have obtained the
support of management to deploy LVS as the load-balancer
for our new CRM deployment.
I'm glad you like it and I hope it's being useful.
Although LVS was started initially by the bright ideas and
hard work of one person, it's now a distributed development
project where people do as they see fit. There isn't a
spokesperson for LVS and I'm speaking personally here. I'm
rather wary when someone who I don't know comes bounding
over to tell me that something I don't know about will be a
great opportunity for me. As well you aren't clear about
whether you want help from us or are just keeping us
informed of what you're doing.
We are considering approaching Siebel to get their
approval and support of using LVS instead.
I don't know anything about CRMs although I know people who
use them. Does Siebel understand the GPL? Do you?
This appears to be a great opportunity for this project.
CRMs weren't on our list of things to do. I suspect that
there's nothing unique about CRMs - load balancers have no
idea what sort of application they're loadbalancing. Perhaps
you could fill us in here.
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