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Re: decreased caching efficiency?
Hey gang, This discussion is so unbelievably out of control.. ;) At least we're still true to the good old NANOG tradition of scope creep. Why are we discussing manipulating content instead of just transport caching? Can we please stop this non-sense? Including the myriads of pseudo copyright lawyers on this list, and the large number of falsehoods they portray as facts... GO AWAY. A properly working cache should not ever deliver the page differently to the recipient than the originator intended. If it does, it's by definition not a cache. Cache's do not alter, they just.. well,.. cache. Everything else is not caching. Thanks, Chris -- Christian Kuhtz Architecture, BellSouth.net <firstname.lastname@example.org> -wk, <email@example.com> -hm Atlanta, GA "Speaking for myself only."