8 Mar 2000 ajc   » (Journeyer)

My main worry now is the migration of Gildot to a newer version of Rob Malda's (GPL'ed) slash code. Localization is very hard as there are strings hardwired all around. There are a few of our people working on it.

Gildot has been a success: it's target audience is only 10 million people, but is is gaining momentum every day.

This past week we have been threatned with a lawsuit by someone that didn't like some comments posted by our readers. A strong position assumed by us made him get back to his senses, but the doubt remains... Is a slashdot-like site liable for the comments of its users?

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