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I am completely lost on that table. any enlightment would be appreciated.
The only thing I see at the moment is a flux.
I guess when Jagger3 appears, it will be only visible on one DC set, not on so many DCs as you mentioned. The same way as Jagger2 when started.
[edited by: reseller at 9:41 pm (utc) on Nov. 2, 2005]
Could it be that the DC mentioned above is the final jagger2 (read "bacon polenta2") and that now we are ready for a wave of jagger3 on 1 of these 188.8.131.52- SERP like DC's?
>>I would agree with you reseller, but the [184.108.40.206...] results show new results and are spreading.<<
I donīt expect Jagger3 to spread fast.
>>Could it be that the DC mentioned above is the final jagger2 (read "bacon polenta2") and that now we are ready for a wave of jagger3 on 1 of these 220.127.116.11- SERP like DC's? <<
Yes it could be, but not as a wave; IMO! and you know that I like that "Bacon Polenta2" name ;-)
When Matt or Google Guy post a datacenter, or when there is SOME difference with canonicals, then we'll know Jagger3 has started. Until then, jeez take a nap for a few hours.
But the buring question is - what are we going to do after its finished? More importantly if canonicals are fixed for Dayo what is he going to do with his time now? Just realised - he will spend his well earned revenue ;) whereas our good friend Reseller will keep on trying to name the next eventual update ;)