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Re: [GNUe] How great is the effort to use gnue in a start up company

From: Reinhard Mueller
Subject: Re: [GNUe] How great is the effort to use gnue in a start up company
Date: Sat, 03 Mar 2007 12:05:32 +0100

Hi, Thilo!

Am Samstag, den 03.03.2007, 00:12 +0100 schrieb Thilo Riessner:
> So, is gnue far enough, to implement these demands, and  stable enough
> for a production system?


> Which type of gnue implementation would you choose (2 tier or 3 tier)?
> I would prefer the 3 tier type with the application server (it sounds
> really powerfull), but on the project website I read (in the mini FAQ
> if I remember right) that 3 tier is not jet stable enough for
> production systems.

We use 3 tier in production and consider it stable enough.

Personally I would recommend to use appserver, but then again, I'm
biased, as I wrote parts of it :-)

> If we decide to use gnue, how long would it take for an experienced
> access guy (the one I mentioned in the beginning) to learn gnue and
> implement the actual demands I listed above?

That's hard to tell. Depends on whether you do some kind of special
education, or he tries to find out everything via trial and error.
Documentation is not exactly one of the strengths of GNUe, and while we
are working on a tutorial-like doc, we're not quite there yet.

> On the website there are packages described, which would cover a great
> part of the work to be done, but I can't find any download location.
> Are these descriptions just design suggestions, or are there at least
> some first implementations we could use as a basis to adapt to our
> needs?

These packages are all more or less in planning state, there's not much
implemented yet.

I would be curious in which part of Germany you live: I might be able to
offer you some professional services on GNUe if you are interested.


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