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#dextrose, 2011-02-18

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20:09 dirakx dfarning: I'm working in the six month perspective activity-wise ;), interesting path ahead.
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20:09 dfarning dirakx, thanks
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21:56 Nubae wowsers... Martin XS is actally being cordial in his emails these days:
21:57 warning*** flood possibly***
21:57 On Fri, Feb 18, 2011 at 8:55 PM, Martin Langhoff <martin@laptop.org> wrote:
21:57    David,
21:57    if you are going to get a dns and proxy that is patch / configured
21:57    "specially" for offline browsing... you get wwwoffle?
21:57    So I rephrase your question to: should we use wwwoffle or should we
21:57    rewrite wwwoffle?
21:57    I say we use it :-)
21:57    m
21:57    On Fri, Feb 18, 2011 at 1:33 PM, David Van Assche <dvanassche@gmail.com> wrote:
21:57    > Hi Martin, sorry for briefly interrupting you. In your opinion would it be
21:57    > better to go with WWWOffle for capturing offline content in a cache, or
21:57    > using SQUID together with the tri-state patch which allows for 3 kinds of
21:57    > off/online modes. One where Cache has a huge TTL, the other where it has non
21:57    > so everything is always relevant, or a third option for intermittent
21:57    > connections where its the best of both worlds, when no net, cache TTL is
21:57    > maxed out again) and when net comes back its at minimal TTL. This sounds
21:57    > relatively useful to me, though the patch, albeit modified in 2010, since
21:57    > its first release in 2001. Obviously a local DNS server would still be
21:57    > necessary to choose which sites to send to the local
21:57    > webserver/backend/whatever solution. For DNS I've heard good things about
21:58 apologizes
22:10 silbe +1 on using wwwoffle
22:11 has been using it for several years on laptops
22:13 it would be interesting to use wwwoffle on clients and configure it to use / not use a parent proxy (on the XS) dynamically depending on what network we're connecting on. IIRC there's some set-proxy-via-DHCP option is Mozillas WPAD stuff.
22:14 (local storage on XOs might be too limited to make it really interesting for deployments, though)
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