|Joel Uckelman on 10 Feb 2002 01:25:57 -0000|
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|spoon-discuss: Re: spoon-business: The Daily Recognizer (Friday night/Saturday morning)|
Thus spake "David E. Smith": [snip] > I've got the same code working on another Web site, regularly caching > pages of 200-300k, but that's on a somewhat beefier Web server than Joel's > home 'puter. On that topic, here's a plug for charity: charybdis currently is a 166mHz Pentium. The guts of scylla, my 700mHz Duron, will be put into charybdis next time scylla is upgraded, but that's quite a ways down the road. If anyone has a burning desire for charybdis to be faster sooner, and a spare processor and motherboard they're willing to contribute to a certain impoverished grad student, that dream could become a reality. So if you're upgrading your system, and don't know what to do with that old processor, think of nomic.net. :) -- J.