I don't know the tech, haven't even looked at the specs or sites, but
wouldn't your typical rugged individualist complain about the additional
overhead for such? I guess somebody should crank up an RFC and see who
'gene, you're smart and creative with lots of spare time, right?
> "Michael M. Butler" wrote:
> > I can imagine something like a consensual benign virus infecting most
> > HTTPDs (but not all--there's no room in a Java-aware oven mitt for the
> > extra code)--and poring over their filesystems and reporting what was
> > found. I don't think the odds of that happening soon are high. But
> > whaddaIknow?
> I'm actually quite surprised that so far no one has integrated
> webglimpse or http://www.htdig.org/ into http://www.apache.org/
> default distribution. An index.bin RFC similiar to
> needs to be drafted.
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