Will you make any decisions based on the source networks? e.g. even with a single local Inet link to a single ISP, there might be benefit to then splitting out to multiple Connectify servers located in different BGP peers, routing around peering chokepoints and creating transits which might otherwise not be available.
How about a home appliance, sitting in front of the router to the ISP (or on a Linux router)?
I was disappointed to see that Linux support seems to be limited to high end solutions, and that the offerings were for "single user," and not "single family/home."
I don't pretend to be a security expert, but why not ask for a public key instead, so I can authenticate with my private one, as with SSH? Or provide a pointer to some authentication server, so I can have a safely "shared" yet easily changed password for multiple sites? (and I am NOT talking about Facebook)
(and you might want to provide a more terse, less marketecture oriented explanation on your website)
I'd settle for a Linux fembot with a penchant for evil.
That rules out a 'bot from Apple, Microsoft (Linux), and Google (evil). Who's gonna make it?
'What kind of work will they do instead?'
I, for one, will be serving my robotic overlords.
It's ambiguous. I choose to read it as the unicorns are ordered to stop the farting rainbows. Rainbows do fart, just watch a Skittles ad.