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SubjectRe: Kildall
Den 10/16/2016 22:41, skrev jdow:
> On 2016-10-16 13:12, Ove Bjørn Karlsen wrote:
>> Den 10/15/2016 23:19, skrev jdow:
>>> On 2016-10-15 05:31, Ove Bjørn Karlsen wrote:
>>>> Den 10/6/2016 10:37, skrev Ove Bjørn Karlsen:
>>>>> Den 10/3/2016 17:10, skrev Ove Bjørn Karlsen:
>>>>>> Den 10/3/2016 14:29, skrev Ove Bjørn Karlsen:
>>>>>>> I tried Linux in 2010, with the peak of the Ubuntu distribution,
>>>>>>> Karmic
>>>>>>> Koala. And soon compiled my own kernel for it. But little
>>>>>>> recognition of my
>>>>>>> later low-jitter work it would seem. (That actually removed all
>>>>>>> "disk read"
>>>>>>> stops, from high-performance demanding games like Doom 3.
>>>>>>> Enabling a fluent
>>>>>>> 3x72 fps, since the engine does 3 passes pr. frame.)
>>>>>>> And later Microsoft took back its lead. A big corporation like
>>>>>>> Microsoft
>>>>>>> could probably not be defeated. Unless ofcourse there was some
>>>>>>> real issue,
>>>>>>> some obscurity, that was the blue elephant in the room.
>>>>>>> In Linux it is GNU. In Microsoft it is Gary Kildall.
>>>>>>> Many may not be aware, that Gary Kildall should actually have
>>>>>>> been the Bill
>>>>>>> Gates of today. He actually wrote the first microcomputer OS, CP/M
>>>>>>> (~Kernal/console) that Microsoft later infringed on, and copied
>>>>>>> as MS-DOS.
>>>>>>> When I analyse this, it seems american nationalism is at work.
>>>>>>> Gary Kildall
>>>>>>> had parents of Norwegian and Swedish heritage. Yet few here in
>>>>>>> Norway even
>>>>>>> seems to be aware of the "real" Bill Gates. While many know the
>>>>>>> enthusiast
>>>>>>> computing environment have had their brilliant people.
>>>>>>> When it comes to the discussion of "Microsoft Business
>>>>>>> Practises", one
>>>>>>> should definately read
>>>>>>> That is what it really ultimately is about. MS-DOS later even
>>>>>>> admitted to
>>>>>>> have "CP/M source" in the sourcetree.
>>>>>>> Like I had to leave GNU support due to its obscurity, I have to
>>>>>>> leave "MS"
>>>>>>> support for the same.
>>>>>>> Things Have To Be Done Right, and if anyone could do that, maybe
>>>>>>> some new OS
>>>>>>> have a chance :)
>>>>>>> My view of a "good OS", is a high-level low-jitter optimized
>>>>>>> innerloop
>>>>>>> construct, based on possily just-in-time interpretated language,
>>>>>>> making most
>>>>>>> of the OS language one, and usable by newbies and advanced, that
>>>>>>> might make
>>>>>>> assembly aswell. Where often used library macros could
>>>>>>> ultimately be made in
>>>>>>> H/W and accelerated.
>>>>>>> If you are a brilliant programmer indeed, in the US, salute the
>>>>>>> flag, and be
>>>>>>> american supergun... :|
>>>>>>> Or.. make a music video:
>>>>>>> Peaceful Saluations.
>>>>>> So to really say what I am thinking.. A Good OS Obeys
>>>>>> Metaphysical Laws.
>>>>>> Of Paradox Theos, or the culturally correct corresponding
>>>>>> concept. (Probably
>>>>>> not so much "god", but the original Gotan probably was that.)
>>>>>> . .
>>>>>> Peaceful Salutations.
>>>>> I also wrote this:
>>>> Just to be a little bit crazy, if the remotest chance of anyone
>>>> wanting me to
>>>> work with this, and finance it, I would.
>>>> RightOS by Admirers Of Paradox Theos. Some of the most intelligen
>>>> men in the
>>>> world who respect the metaphysical might pull this off. And fix so
>>>> many
>>>> obscurities we find with the modern internet.
>>>> Peaceful Salutations.
>>> Just off hand after between 15 and 20 years monitoring the LKML the
>>> fellows
>>> here didn't bother to read the rant. And incidentally, Gary Kildall
>>> was an
>>> American first with ancestors from your neck of the woods. He spoke
>>> American
>>> English with no more accent than a few stiff drinks might cause. I
>>> met him at
>>> a computer convention many years ago and had the chance to chatter
>>> with him.
>>> So if you're getting all national pride, you're being a little
>>> silly. Next
>>> time approach it without the rant. It might get a better reception.
>>> This group
>>> does NOT go for demonstrations of ego in the code or newbie coders.
>>> {^_^}
>> I do not need to you speak of behalf of "the fellows". And, no, I am
>> not a
>> newbie coder, I have done some of the worlds best DSP, beating all your
>> contemporary recordlabels, better kernel configs than most here, and the
>> philosophy I present is also better than all current Microsoft,
>> Linux, CP/M etc,
>> that honestly, are all based in phallic totems, that can never really
>> be truly
>> good.
>> It is that point of intelligence, beyond phallic totems, that people
>> truly
>> should reach for. However to become conscious of this, and actually
>> do it, seems
>> hard, in a culture where 99% of it, seems phallic based, thought
>> relevant to
>> mindreducing drugs, or citypromiscuity and liqour. And even it all is
>> about sex
>> and ofcourse really children, many of these doesn´t even hit the mark
>> there.
>> I have gone there though, and made it simpler for the rest. Follow,
>> Intelligent
>> People.
>> My summary of research on religion has been top 1% research on
>> Academia aswell,
>> and is available here:
>> Peaceful Salutations
> It's not me you have to convince. I'm more an observer than a
> contributor, although there is a miniscule bit of my coding in the
> pile of other people's contributions. I'm mostly just an interested 72
> year old lady who tried to make an observation. Your emails bristle
> with ego, rightly or wrongly. The kernel developers do not take kindly
> to king size egos and tend to bruise them severely. They are very big
> on proven contributions politely offered. And as far as this group
> goes, you are a newbie according to the group's dynamics. You
> contribute, you build your reputation, and eventually you're a full
> blown contributor who is no longer a newbie. I was speaking of newbie
> to the group not to coding in general.
> What does researching religion have to do with the price of tea on the
> Moon let alone the LKML? At least you picked a topic that people
> should be investigating these days. The first time I bounced on
> examining that particular ideology may have your birth by a goodly
> number of years. Every time I've looked at it since I've become more
> disgusted with it. It's humanities collective suicide pact wrapped in
> pig intestines and served up as sausage, which is totally enough said
> about an odious topic.
> {^_^}

This is the kind of nutter who likes a phallic totem, guys. Is that the
kind of company you would prefer? Obviously the internet truly needs a
correct paradigm.

Peaceful Salutations,
Ove Bjørn Karlsen
AKA Admirer Of Paradox Theos.

PS: I am also testing my philosophy in pop culture:

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