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LWN.net Weekly Edition for May 16, 2013
A look at the PyPy 2.0 release
PostgreSQL 9.3 beta: Federated databases and more
LWN.net Weekly Edition for May 9, 2013
(Nearly) full tickless operation in 3.10
Posted Nov 24, 2003 21:06 UTC (Mon) by Ross (subscriber, #4065)
Posted Nov 24, 2003 21:29 UTC (Mon) by pblanco (guest, #16087)
Re: Mainline kernel
Posted Nov 25, 2003 17:49 UTC (Tue) by amimjf (guest, #506)
Posted Nov 24, 2003 22:47 UTC (Mon) by bryam (guest, #6857)
CE Linux Forum Publishes Baseline Source Tree
Posted Nov 25, 2003 16:44 UTC (Tue) by miannac (guest, #11411)
I think that LWN should better check those press release communication: the Net is full of empty press releases... I'm not happy to get them on a paid service.
Posted Nov 25, 2003 16:51 UTC (Tue) by corbet (editor, #1)
The code is up now
Posted Nov 25, 2003 17:57 UTC (Tue) by tbird20d (subscriber, #1901)
The source and information about the tree is available at:http://tree.celinuxforum.org/
To answer one of the other posts, we wish to NOT diverge (fork) andwill submit patches against kernel.org trees as the technologies arerefined and ratified by the forum.
Some of the technologies in the tree are backports (to 2.4.20) ofthings already in 2.6 - like kernel preemption, the O(1) scheduler,and a form of work queues. Some things are available separately,but are not part of kernel.org yet (like high-resolution POSIX timersand Dynamic Power Management). Other things are new, like a ram filesystem that is robust against kernel failures, some improvementsin bootup time, and fixes to some existing-but-apparently-brokenfeatures, like IDE "noprobe".
We'll be publishing more information about the various technologiesin this tree by the end of the year.
Tim BirdArchitecture Group Co-ChairCE Linux Forum
Posted Nov 26, 2003 7:51 UTC (Wed) by bryam (guest, #6857)
2 - Are you thinking to cooperate with the Open Source Development Lab (www.osdl.org) like one workgroup or similar way?
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