Massive mesh view?
walter.bender at gmail.com
Sat Oct 20 07:33:09 EDT 2007
Even outside of the context of the G1G1 program, many of your
questions are relevant. The current "neighborhood view" will not scale
for a large school. We have a number of enhancements to the view in
the works, principally filtering. (As Philip mentioned, the "friends
view", to which you invite people, is in essence a filtered
neighborhood view--there can be many others.) In the context of a
school or community deployment, there will be multiple Jabber servers,
but we will also want the Jabber servers to talk to each other at some
level, so that there are bridges between islands of users. For G1G1,
there will be a default Jabber server, but undoubtedly more will pop
On 10/20/07, Yoshiki Ohshima <yoshiki at vpri.org> wrote:
> Recently, I talked with some folks who are trying to do promotion of
> the give one get one program, and some issues (all are related) came
> - How many users can be shown in the mesh view?
> - If you limit the number of buddys on the view, how do you limit?
> - Are we going to have many (jabber) servers for these buyers in the US?
> - Are we going to have an SNS like community so that (for example)
> a set of friends can have a place to find each other easily?
> A senario was that a kid and her niece on the different coasts should
> be able to find each other.
> I don't know if there is plan for these (for the G1G1 program), but
> having an SNS site sounds like a good idea. The parents will feel
> safer if they know with whom their kids are talking.
> -- Yoshiki
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