On 30/08/06, Gregory Maxwell <gmaxwell(a)gmail.com> wrote:
On 8/30/06, Ian Woollard
It should be possible to build a prototype
Nope. It's not.
I mean just a website you go to that has no log-in support that picks
time-delayed version of articles from the wikipedia for display; so
you can click and search and stuff.
All the server would need to do is rewrite the response from the
wikipedia so that links point back at itself, and have some code so
that any attempt to access a current article checks the history list
and picks one.
It doesn't have to be perfect or fast, it's a *prototype*.
If you're really claiming that that's impossible, then I flat-out
don't believe you.
"Victory can be perceived but not created."
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