The Perfect Logware

Anne van Kestern describes what he thinks would be the perfect piece of logware.

In reading Anne’s piece, I see a few points where I’d differ with him, but I think that, on the whole, he’s very much in the right direction. My largest concern is the amount of server load that would be placed by steady link-checking. I don’t want 100 of my [rmfo-blogs.com] users pinging links at 0300 Lima every day and causing heat death on my server. I’m sure that it could be managed intelligently, though.

It’s definitely food for thought.

Addendum: What is “perfect” is rarely practical. Also, perfection is an objective standard, so anyone’s opinion of perfection is going to be, itself, imperfect.

Okay, I’ll go back to navel-gazing now.

2 comments

  1. Ah, I had wondered if you had stumbled upon that post, or not. I’m about to send the link to another blogware creator. I’m trying to work on my own list of things and adding them to other people’s list as I find them.

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