On Tue, 2006-09-26 at 16:43 -0700, Joseph Mack NA3T wrote:
> I still have no idea what "validate" means, but a few others
> today on the mailing list seem to know. Does Seibel look for
> buffer overflows, bench test it?
It means that we can get support from Siebel using this product.
> What does "opportunity" mean? You're going to push LVS
> through validation? (presumably this costs money).
Believe me, we spent the money on Seibel!
> Does Seibel know LVS is GPL?
> What happens when each new kernel comes out? Does validation
> have to be done again? Will one implementation of LVS be
> Seibel-ized and that's the one the commercial people will
> have to use?
> After it's validated, does someone have to keep looking
> after the validation (to make sure it doesn't expire)? If
> that's you, what happens if you go off and become a NASCAR
> driver - who takes over?
I don't think so- besides I plan on driving my 86 Buick for awhile
> To whom does validation make a difference? - apparently at
> least you and two other people on the mailing list. Does
> Seibel's validation mean anything to anyone else?
It makes a difference to companies that want to reduce their cost of
maintaining their CRM. It also can potentially open the door to more use
in the *enterprise*, enhancing open source software as a whole.
Information on how much like F5 LVS is will definitely help. Anything
out there on that?
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