Getting to Malta (was Re: Monterey Summit - kudos to Dan and Chipp)

Andre Garzia soapdog at mac.com
Tue Jul 20 22:29:05 CDT 2004


On Jul 20, 2004, at 3:25 PM, Richard Gaskin wrote:

>
>> Hi Andre,
>> Great to meet you in Monterey. Good stuff, your HTTP server completed 
>> in Rev!
>> Now, if I remember correctly, didn't Richard promise something on 
>> your return? ;-)


Chipp and Richard et al,

yes, I had to answer lots of spanish questions in Dallas (my first 
connection point)... and I was worried since chipp said I could get 
shot for any reason in texas... I did a jan jose to dallas flight then 
a dallas to miami flight, there again they tried to talk me into that 
spanish conspiracy, then I went to Brazil, the plane was full of 
brazilians speaking portuguese, that sounded strange, I think spanish 
did damage my brain after all...

I am waiting for devolution may it be commercial or free, I arrived 
home twice already! :D

Also Chipp, I am making huge breakthrus in the HTTP server since I 
arrived, almost a huge rewrite, it's getting really better. I am 
including a trainning stack I was thinking about naming it "The Zen of 
webservices" but I also thought on "The Alt of WebServices", I don't 
know yet what title I'll use.

Cheers
Andre


>
> Hey, it seemed a safe bet he'd be stuck in Chicago for a while 
> answering questions posed to him in Spanich, giving me at least 
> several more days. :)
>
> Three reasons for the delay:
>
> 1. I'm looking into dual-licensing for devolution.  The more I
>    think about it the more I like the idea, making free stuff
>    for free use and commercial stuff for commercial use, all
>    in one package.  Much better than either fully GPL or fully
>    commercial.
>
-- 
Andre Alves Garzia ð 2004 ð BRAZIL
http://studio.soapdog.org



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