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Conf re: zz/OSMIC


Please don't be too quick to connect OSMIC and ZZ.
 I want to discuss these things with you in detail.
 Referential ZZ and ZZ for OSMIC cells, yes,
 but I'm not sure about hypertime backtrack.

Best, T

At 08:26 AM 4/19/99 +1000, you wrote:
>On Wed, Apr 07, 1999 at 02:51:29PM +0100, Andy McFarland wrote:
>> I'm not sure zigzag.pm is too large.  the script and the module were only
>> recently separated and I think some artifacts remain (the script still
>> the database?)
>I believe the module now does all the database handling.
>> I'd really like to see the front and back ends separated from each other
>> by a network connection.  The back end is the ZigZag server written in
>> perl and the front end is something else somewhere else.  Here we get a
>> collabarative enviroment and a client cabable of using the hosts display
>> cababilities to the full.
>Yes.  That's certainly feasible.  There are also plans to use other
>systems such as OSMIC for storage, so the ZZ engine would actually become
>the middle end (!) with a network connection to the storage back-end.
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