[REBOL] Re: Rebol and New Hybrid Software Model
From: carl::cybercraft::co::nz at: 16-Sep-2007 9:27
On Saturday, 15-September-2007 at 17:26:21 Petr Krenzelok wrote,
>There is many examples of stuff not being open-source and popular, and
>of things being open-source, yet not widespread ....
>> I hate talking to my ISP cause I know that as soon as I mention REBOL
>> on their servers, their eyes roll back into their collect heads. I
>> feel I can't use REBOL if there are these issues to overcome.
>And I think you are highly exagerrating. I talked to two ISPs here, and
>they had no problems at all.
But it's the 21st century. Talking's out - comparing's in. I don't want to have to
ask an ISP if they support REBOL. What I want is to Google for the ISPs that are offering
the tech I want and then researching their prices and what others say about them. With
ISPs though, you get next to no hits if REBOL's part of the tech you're wanting. And
it'll stay that way until it's fully open-source. As it is, REBOL can't claim to being
a net-friendly language.
-- Carl Read.