"I've downloaded 0MQ and decided to give it a spin. The first thing I did was visit the IRC channel on a saturday and there were 50 people in there. That's usually a very good sign it's quite popular. There's a good chance that 0MQ is getting some serious attention soon. It may not be the absolute topper in performance speed, but it may be best if you're looking for flexible solutions, prototyping and esxperimentation. Having said that, if you're not running a super-duper high-performance site that needs to squeeze all the juice of your CPU's and NIC's, ZeroMQ will do just very fine for you, no problems whatsoever."
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