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Interview: the return of the realtime preemption tree

Interview: the return of the realtime preemption tree

Posted Feb 17, 2009 11:42 UTC (Tue) by mtk77 (guest, #6040)
Parent article: Interview: the return of the realtime preemption tree

Interesting article. But I don't quite follow "All paid for by the nice folks from Microsoft btw". Is Ingo working there now?


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Interview: the return of the realtime preemption tree

Posted Feb 17, 2009 12:34 UTC (Tue) by dambacher (subscriber, #1710) [Link]

Interview: the return of the realtime preemption tree

Posted Feb 17, 2009 13:37 UTC (Tue) by rahulsundaram (subscriber, #21946) [Link]

He is working for Red Hat for a long time now. He is obviously just joking.

Interview: the return of the realtime preemption tree

Posted Feb 17, 2009 14:25 UTC (Tue) by nix (subscriber, #2304) [Link]

That's just what you think. In fact Ingo is an emissary of the Dark Side,
but this goes unknown as any attempt to discuss it on public fora leads to
argh argh aaarrrghhh...

Interview: the return of the realtime preemption tree

Posted Feb 17, 2009 16:26 UTC (Tue) by drag (subscriber, #31333) [Link]

Whatever.

He is just throwing a hint out to Microsoft. Basically he is saying:

"Hey Microsoft, if you want stop Linux domination all you have to do is keep all the Linux developers fat, happy, drunk, rich, and hand out beach homes like candy"

Interview: the return of the realtime preemption tree

Posted Feb 18, 2009 1:11 UTC (Wed) by SEJeff (subscriber, #51588) [Link]

Good point, then instead of being paid to work on Linux, a lot of them
would just do it for fun... Oh wait, a lot of them ALREADY work on Linux
for fun. Hmmmm Microsoft is in a heap of trouble then.

Whatever?

Posted Feb 18, 2009 19:54 UTC (Wed) by man_ls (guest, #15091) [Link]

What do you mean, "whatever"? So despite all his good work (and his personal friendship with Linus), Ingo is just a minion of Microsoft? This is completely outrageous! We should discuss this issue because argh argh aaarrrghhh...


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