RE: Traditional RPC
The popularity wasn't based on the protocol. It was based on the *free* content. I'd be surprised if most of the people using Napster understood two groats about P2P. Just like Mosaic, they understood they could install a client for free by download, then download music and burn CDs. Cheap CD burners and the plummeting price in CD blanks had a lot to do with it too. len -----Original Message----- From: Paul Prescod [mailto:paul@p...] I don't think that this is what Dave is saying because I don't think anyone has been arguing that standardization is the make or break factor for applications. So it would be attacking a strawman. I see Dave's argument as "popularity beats rigor."
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