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SubjectRe: Ten percent test
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On Mon, 2007-04-09 at 14:14 +0200, Rene Herman wrote:

> This turned into an interactivity thing, and while interactivity is in
> fact better for a large majority of testers, that isn't what Kolivas'
> scheduler is about. It's about predictability and leaving the dead-end
> road of these endlesss tweaks, which then break previous tweaks, rinse,
> repeat.

To me, it's more than an interactivity thing. It is also about reacting
to a dynamic environment, which the desktop is. SD is not dynamic.

> It's unfortunate that Kolivas is having health problems currently, but I
> certainly do hope that his scheduler finds its way into _a_ -rc1. He
> said it was done...

Well, there I disagree with him quite strongly, but it's not my decision
what gets integrated into any tree but my own ;-)

-Mike

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