Ämne:Re: [dcdev] adc
Till:Direct Connect developers <[email protected]>, Todd Pederzani <[email protected]>
>Speaking about probability, a.*b.*c.*d is probably what the user wants the
>most. For example, if a user searches for an album, he won't spend time to
>write the album title in the reverse order. That's why most of the time,
> "a b
What's wrong with supporting out of order matching of search strings?
Some users do use it - I'm one.
Using Gnutella's QRP model will limit the number of users that a hub has
to broadcast to. Hub bandwidth, not CPU power, is the limiting factor,
so I don't think that you should have dismissed cologic's suggested
optimizations that easily.