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Interesting: jaim.at runs on ejabberd, which in turn is written in Erlang.
Which in turn results in very green uptime charts.
2005-05-21-jjNat Friedman: '[...] [W]e asked a lady to send mail to a friend. Against all odds, she started Evolution [...]. The correct next step would have been for her to click on the "New" button that's in the upper-left-hand corner of the window. This button didn't even register for her, however. Instead, because she wanted to "send" a mail, she clicked repeatedly on the "Send" part of the "Send / Receive" button just to the right. For about a minute.' — Shockingly insightful.
Would el-cheapo usability testing by Jabber and screencasts work? Probably way too nerdy ...Kragen Sitaker: 'Enterprise software is software that gets sold to a so-called enterprise. If you know English well, you might think an "enterprise" is something brave, noble, and dangerous, like starting a small business, but in this case, "enterprise" is used to mean the opposite: it means a large, risk-averse company, whose executives use the term to flatter themselves by pretending that they're engaged in something brave, noble, and dangerous.' — Some fine commentary further down.
On FoRK, Ken Meltsner shed some light on the other side of the coin.
Rick Jelliffe: www.oreillynet.com/lpt/wlg/7030 (mentions NetKernel)
Errr, Enterprise Streaming (wth?)
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