The idea I'm getting is that future ~friendica
Red (and possibly #Friendica
traditional) sites will need more resources than most shared hosting accounts can provide.
Meanwhile, there was a recent post where some of the deficiencies of #PHP
for our puposes were noted. (Among them: lack of adequate support for threading and background processes.) It occurs to me that once we say that a #VPS
is necessary the minimum requirement, that we're not restricted to the standard LAMP toolset any more.
My question is this: would it be a worthwhile endeavor to use something like #Python
for ~f.currentversion + 2?
I ask this, fully aware that @Mike
corroborates Joel Spolsky's view that Netscape's rewrite helped kill the company. I'm really just throwing out the possibility to see whether it may be helpful to the ~f project and community to think beyond the limitations of the present toolset.