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LinuxPR: openCOLA Newest Clerver Now Serving

Oct 25, 2000, 18:49 (1 Talkback[s])

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"openCOLA, the leading North American open source development house, announces the release of a new version of the openCOLA Clerver Software Development Kit is now available for download."

"OpenCOLA is a true collaborative computing environment, in which all instances of the program are peers. To avoid referring to "clients" and "servers" in such a peer to peer environment, we typically call openCOLA platforms "clervers."

"The openCOLA clerver is a small (~500K) C++ program that takes plug-ins written in C. The clerver is analogous to an HTTP server in many respects: it can communicate with the outside world using the HTTP protocol, and can even serve up Web pages from a local directory. Its main task, however, is to host collaborative software, and facilitate communication between the software objects inside it and other clervers."

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