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The chatterbox will never be Ajax-based for two reasons. First, Pair.com does not allow "chat servers" in its terms of use. The CB already is on the very border of that in my opionion. Second, the server load would multiply if every page that a browser has open on Perlmonks would reload all the time. I usually have two or three pages open, but when starting the day, I open at least all new root nodes in separate tabs - the load inflicted on Perlmonks by a constantly refreshing CB would be huge and the gain miniscule.


In reply to Re^3: AJAX-based Perlmonks.com? by Corion
in thread AJAX-based Perlmonks.com? by hackdaddy

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