Re: feature

On Mon, 2005-03-14 at 17:17 -0500, Adam Hooper wrote:
> To convince Epiphany's developers to implement this, you may first have
> to come up with a plausible use case which proves that the current
> download rate is actually useful information. ("Firefox does it" isn't a
> valid excuse.) If there's no valid use case, maybe we'd be able to find
> a way to put this feature into an extension. (I, too, find myself
> curious from time to time, but I can't think why that number would carry
> any meaning.)

On dialup, it's nice to be able to look at your current downloads and
ask "which one is hogging all the bandwidth?" so I can pause or stop it
and resume later.

By the way, does anyone have an idea on how to do this in general (to
discover which TCP connections on Linux are hogging my bandwidth)?


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