Linked by Thom Holwerda on Tue 16th Jun 2009 10:15 UTC, submitted by zegenie
Opera Software A few days ago Opera launched a placeholder website which said they were going to "reinvent" the web, on June 16. Well, it's June 16, and Opera has announced Opera Unite, a technology which allows individual Opera users to connect to one another, turning every machine running Opera Unite into a web server.
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RE[3]: A few notes
by FealDorf on Tue 16th Jun 2009 20:13 UTC in reply to "RE[2]: A few notes"
FealDorf
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Interface was never a strong point for Opera; if you ask me it's one of the major reasons for its small market share (the other being issues in rendering non-compliant webpages). Nevertheless - like I said; I think it's clear it isn't intended for people serious about hosting a website; as such it doesn't need to be versatile. Nevertheless I can read that you have "tried" it but I'm referring to using it for more than a try with expectations of a different sort. That's what *I* felt because you expected them to be decoupled or so.. Nevertheless, I'm not entirely impressed myself but I admire the idea enough to delay my judgement.

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