Another thing to keep in mind is that there is nothing preventing you
from actually using OBOS as a server currently for development, or even
for small to mid business needs. Web, ftp, databases etc are there
right now, a wide variety of programming languages that are suited
towards admin/server tasks are also there - i daresay that samba (for
filesharing) will be looked at again post R1 (at least client
services). If by taking these services and making available a simple,
intuitive configuration then im sure 80% of server needs can be
accounted for without having to overhaul OBOS to make it truly server
Obviously enterprise level security, robustness and features will prevent you from running OBOS as the backend for yahoo.com.
Out of curiosity has anyone tried to get mono running on OBOS ??