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RE: [Xen-users] Anything come close to esx for xen?

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From: "Tait Clarridge" <Tait.Clarridge@xxxxxxxxxxxx>
Date: Tue, 24 Feb 2009 15:43:21 -0500
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> > You don't get my point. I'm saying such GUI should NOT be a part of
> Xen,
> > but in a separate project. I do agree that such a GUI would be very
> good.
> Really, this is becoming a debate and I'm not interested in that. I've
> made my points, you've made yours, what else is there to say? I didn't
> miss any point, I got it, I agreed, to some of it and not to other
> things. My post was to talk about my own frustrations and what I
> figured would help xen, in my opinion, that's it. It's not up for
> debate, it's simply what I believe would make a difference.
> You want to keep things old school, fine, do that, keep it cli if you
> want but I still strongly feel that xen would be better pushed along if
> it was bundled up as a useful, turn key system that rivals the
> commercial players.
> Mike
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Although I agree with Mike's point that it would be marketable as a rival to 
the commercial players, but that's what Xen Enterprise is for. Open source xen 
is for people that like to open something up and play with the guts.. well 
atleast that is what I think it is for. Adding a GUI that works flawlessly 
should be a challenge otherwise we won't learn anything and won't aid in the 
further development (and hard work) of those people who have tried to do just 

Not trying to spark a bigger debate, just adding my two cents.


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