Simon Fell > Its just code
Microsoft changed the pricing for .NET Alerts. Now you don’t need the initial $15,000 fee, just pay $0.075/user/month. I’d easily pay a dollar a month for such a service. Anyone want my money? [matt.griffith] read the small print, you have to have a Passport license to be able to send .NET Alerts, and thats still $10K/year.
Not to worry. Russell Beattie has Jabber-based toaster (BlogAgent). [toolbox] This is cool, Russell has a Java/Jabber clone of BlogToaster, and by a strange coincidence both Russell and I worked at [the now closed] StreetFusion.
Paul Kulchenko [of SOAP::Lite fame] has started a blog, and emailed me about a typo in my entry about the revised DIME specs, it was of course a WS-Attachments spec, not a WS-Security spec, doh !. Thanks Paul.