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# BillBill - An extremely simple caching proxy
## Doesn't yet work...
-BillBill should sit between the world and a website. With some basic rules it should cache pages requested and server them up all fast like untill the cache expires. A simple config should determine which domains should be proxied, cached or passed through, and TTLs.
+BillBill should sit between the world and a website. With some basic rules it should cache pages requested and server them up all fast like until the cache expires. A simple config should determine which domains should be proxied, cached or passed through, and TTLs.
## Raison
+ I'm learning things
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+ I know solutions already exist, but hell, with time and iterations I don't see why I can't offer something better.
## Fresh slate
-Originally I was getting kind of complicated, and trying to learn a lot of new things at once. I was using alfred, and thinking of writing a model layer that alowed requests to be streamed into a particular field of an Alfred model for cache storage. It was all getting a bit overburdened and cumbersome.
+Originally I was getting kind of complicated, and trying to learn a lot of new things at once. I was using Alfred, and thinking of writing a model layer that allowed requests to be streamed into a particular field of an Alfred model for cache storage. It was all getting a bit overburdened and cumbersome.
So, I was listening to NodeUP on a trip recently and heard about the 'filed' module (https://github.com/mikeal/filed). I decided I should use it's lovely request/response streaming capabilities to focus on getting a core project done, and enhance to something more complicated later should the need arise.

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