ZeroInstall; application installallation Nirvana ?
legrady-bJEeYj9oJeDQT0dZR+AlfA at public.gmane.org
Sun Dec 14 01:12:53 UTC 2003
It's either brilliant or there's something missing.
I like the implications for an xterm-type machine. Have some important
things happen on a central server, mundane stuff can run on the
terminal, software which is used gets cached locally.
David J Patrick wrote:
> I just followed an osnews.com story and discovered ZeroInstall
> I'm /floored/ by the implications.
> Does this not look like THE most brilliant approach to software
> availability ?
> ..or do I need more sleep ?
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