Thanks for using our service, your message has been sent to +31628672599. > --- Actual message sent using SMS --- email from: "j.w. bizzaro" <bizzaro at geoserve.net>: Re: [Pipet Devel] gui protocol revisited > --- Bodytext delivered in separate SMS messages --- (1/10) Brad Chapman wrote: > > I thought that we could keep both the streaming XML dialog *and* > CORBA, but just in two different places in the program. My id (2/10) ea was > that we could keep the small middle that we have in Loci right now to > communiate with the GUI front via the streaming XML dialog you > descri (3/10) be. Okay, if you like that. And I guess Jarl likes it too. > This small middle could then also implement the CORBA interfaces > to pass the informa (4/10) tion created in the GUI (as a work flow diagram) > into the "processing" portion of the program. It would make sense to > pass this as DOM or XML, since (5/10) it seems like a nice structured way to > store the data (and since Overflow already uses it to feed its "pull" > networking system). I think that event (6/10) ually the processing part could > move through a work flow diagram in an even "smarter" way (ie. based > on the fastest way to implement it) which is wh (7/10) at Jarl seems to be > proposing for GMS's with the neural net and genetic algorithms > processor. Here it seens to makes sense to start with what we hav (8/10) e > (the Overflow pull system) and move into something more robust as > things move along. I'm a little confused about this 'processing part of the prog (9/10) ram'. Is this something GMS or Overflow has now? Is it something you'll have to write? Also Brad, recall how Loci was going to use an XML database (XD (10/10) BM) to store the workflow diagram (network and subnetworks). How does this relate to the 'processing' part? Perhaps you can explain this to the others > --- End of message --- PLEASE NOTE: Because of the limitations of Short Messages (length max 160 characters) we will only send the subject field of your email to the GSM phone. All data in the body of the message will be lost, unless the recipient has set the receiption of bodytekst to ON. For more information call Dutchtone customer care Dutchtone Email SMS Service. NOTE: This message is an automatic delivery report. If you did not send your email to a 'Dutchtone' mailbox, the original addressee probably has an invalid mail forwarding rule installed. You could help us to stop sending unwanted reports by telling your addressee to forward his mail to (GSMnumber)@gsm-notificatie.wanadoo.nl instead of (GSMnumber)@gsm.wanadoo.nl. No delivery confirmation messages will be auto-sent using that mailbox.