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The fRiDaY File,
for June 3, 2001
As of today the registration for sssw.com has been expired for over a month...
SilverStream Software uses sssw.com to make up globally unique Java package names for their main product lines. For example the SilverStream Application Server 3.5 contains Java packages with names like "com.sssw.rt.gui" and "com.sssw.srv.ejb".
An attempt to let SilverStream know about this possible oversight met with failure; the Technical Contact email address is no longer valid...
That's because Charlie Ungaschick has jumped ship, moved on to another company: isovia.com.
And the Administrative Contact email@example.com doesn't work either.
What does this all mean?
Does it mean Silverstream is going to abandon the Application Server market?
Does it mean they're going to change their package names to "com.SomethingElse..." and make everyone change their code?
Or does it simply prove the obvious, that Dilbert works at SilverStream?
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