From: Alexander Suvorov (say_at_psoft.net)
Date: Fri 02 Apr 2004 - 18:40:04 BST
On Friday 02 April 2004 19:59, Gregory (Grisha) Trubetskoy wrote:
> Anyway - I find the features that FreeVPS describes cool, especially since
> we use VServer for commercial hosting I could really use them, but I do
> not like the idea of having to use a specific kernel, and I am also not
> very confident about the direction of the FreeVPS team. If PSoft folds
> tomorrow, that will be the end of it it seems. FreeVPS does not appear to
> be a community project. There is no FreeVPS mailing list, no discussion of
> its architecture and direction, just continuos announcements about
Not all of this is true.
The true is:
1. FreeVPS has mailing list: support_at_freevps.com
2. Our team is always open for any discussions about FreeVPS direction.
3. We make new features basing on real user's requests. I think this way of
"back-pressure" is adequate enought and not so differrent from vserver's.
> On Fri, 2 Apr 2004 bogdan_at_llama.fdns.net wrote:
> > > It looks to me as if FreeVPS is somehow trying to compete with VServer
> > > by keeping its own fork of the project.
> > >
> > > What is the reason for that? Why not work on incorporating all these
> > > features into VServer?
> > 1) Потому что vserver сделан на ванильном
> > ядре, а freevps - на RH.
-- Alexander Suvorov say_at_psoft.od.ua Positive Software http://www.psoft.net
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