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Larry McVoy <lm@bitmover.com> writes:

>Because it costs money for bandwidth. I agree it would be useful, so
>find someone to cough up the $15K/year for the bandwidth and you can
>have the diff interface you want. The code is already written, it has
>been for more than a year, it's simply a money issue.

Over here in "old europe", I can get 1" Rackspace with unlimited
traffic for as little as 50 euros per month. I can even get a managed
server with that for about 100 euros. I can't believe that this is not
possible in the country of "unlimited bandwith" (TM). Talk to the
people at RackShack or drop me a line, so we can arrange something
with a housing provider over here.

This is, after all, the 21st century.

Regards
Henning

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