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Okay... Guys?We think it's about time we went public with our URL and official website.So, without further ado... The fork's name is Wedge!And you can read about it and discuss it here: http://wedge.orgHope you'll like what you'll see! (Well, you won't see a lot of things as we haven't published screenshots on the public area yet, but it'll come in time...)
So what if there are more than 20 queries per page?Would you rather have 20 queries per page that all run slowly, or 40 queries per page that, in total, run FASTER than the 20/page?Fewer queries is not always better, and I can show you case after case after case in SMF where that happens.What about maintenance pages, are more than 20/page allowed there?
Yeah... What matters is performance, not the number of queries. You'd be surprised at how one single unoptimized query can be slower than the remaining 19 queries put together. Just get one query on a large table to generate a filesort, and it's doomed.Anyway, I don't really see the point. wedge.org isn't running Wedge and thus it only reflects the performance of SMF, not Wedge itself. Although I don't think there'll be a noticeable change in these numbers in the final version, I'm hoping that users will get a feeling that Wedge is faster and leaner. (I want to insist on the feeling idea. This is, to me, the most important factor in website loading speed.)
He used the force?
How could you tell? No live website exists that's running Wedge so far...