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[News] Linux Keeps Development Pace High, Financial Analysts Still Fail to Understand It

  • Subject: [News] Linux Keeps Development Pace High, Financial Analysts Still Fail to Understand It
  • From: Roy Schestowitz <newsgroups@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Fri, 07 Sep 2007 12:54:31 +0100
  • Newsgroups: comp.os.linux.advocacy
  • Organization: Netscape / schestowitz.com
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Linux: The Really Simple Really Fair Scheduler

,----[ Quote ]
| In an effort to fully understand the math proposed by Roman Zippel in his 
| Really Fair Scheduler, Ingo Molnar implemented a simplified version of the 
| logic on top of his Completely Fair Scheduler code...  


Linux: 64-bit Lguest

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| The list of items left to do include getting SMP working for both the host 
| and the guest, matching Rusty Russel's lguest32 feature set, and greatly 
| optimizing the performance of the code. Steven noted that the goal is to 
| ultimately get the 64-bit version of lguest merged into the mainline kernel   


Linux Community Chuckles at Slowdown Prediction

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| "This is almost a throwback to the early days of Linux," Donald Becker, 
| Penguin's CTO, told LinuxInsider. 
| "At the time I was writing and supporting network device drivers. There would 
| be reports and surveys, carefully worded, where a CIO would be quoted as 
| saying the company didn't use Linux and had no plans to use it in the 
| future."   
| At the same time these reports were issued, Linux business uptake was on the 
| rise.  



Making money The Redhat way

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| I see Redhat further consolidating its position in times to come.
| One way or the other Redhat has proved that there is money in open source 
| software, lets see more companies capitalizing on it. b 


Linux Cluster Crunches Financial Models

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| Interactive Supercomputing's Star-P software is helping Julius Finance bring 
| new computational techniques to one of the most challenging analytical 
| problems in institutional finance: credit modeling.  


My Favorite Open Source Business Models

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| Without a doubt, my all-time favorite open source business model has to be 
| selling pre-configured devices or services using the open source products. 
| It's simple: you're effectively selling something sustainable and tangible 
| for the end user, while allowing the community to use the open source project 
| as they see fit.    


An interview with Matt Asay

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| Glyn Moody talked to him about why he became a GPL believer and how to create 
| a billion-dollar revenue open source company. 


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