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Fedora harnesses the power of idle computers with Nightlife

Fedora harnesses the power of idle computers with Nightlife

Posted Jun 5, 2008 4:32 UTC (Thu) by dberkholz (guest, #23346)
Parent article: Fedora harnesses the power of idle computers with Nightlife

The last time I checked (a year or two ago), Condor wasn't open source. I'm surprised RH would
push it, if that's still the case.


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Re: License

Posted Jun 5, 2008 5:34 UTC (Thu) by mmcgrath (guest, #44906) [Link]

Looks like as of 6.9.5 its released under the Apache license.

http://www.cs.wisc.edu/condor/license.html

Fedora harnesses the power of idle computers with Nightlife

Posted Jun 5, 2008 6:14 UTC (Thu) by ivazquez (guest, #50782) [Link]

Who do you think convinced them to open-source it?

Fedora harnesses the power of idle computers with Nightlife

Posted Jun 5, 2008 6:19 UTC (Thu) by dberkholz (guest, #23346) [Link]

I understand your implication that it was Red Hat. Is that in fact the truth, or are you just
suggesting it's likely? My recollection is that they said they intended to open the source at
some point, but the build was extremely messy.

Fedora harnesses the power of idle computers with Nightlife

Posted Jun 5, 2008 6:59 UTC (Thu) by ivazquez (guest, #50782) [Link]

Fedora harnesses the power of idle computers with Nightlife

Posted Jun 5, 2008 7:38 UTC (Thu) by dberkholz (guest, #23346) [Link]

Excellent, thanks for taking the time to point that out!


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