[PL #13410] Private Planetlab Broken
Marc E. Fiuczynski via RT
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Wed Apr 12 04:19:31 EDT 2006
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We certainly appreciate the notion of "eating your own dogfood." Probably best we just discuss this concern of yours at the PL workshop in about a month.
See you then.
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>Thanks for the notes about MyPLC. As a followup, I would like to
>understand how the existing PlanetLab PLC fits in with the new PLC.
>It would be best if all PLC's were running on the same platform,
>and that ideally would include the reference PlanetLab PLC. Do you
>have any plans to move it over to this footing?
>If not, then will there be a reference PLC that Princeton maintains
>so that developers there have some skin in the game. I'm concerned
>that the MyPLC not be limited to Private PlanetLabs outside of
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