Re: latest linus-2.5 BK broken
Miles Lane (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Thu, 20 Jun 2002 16:48:27 -0700
Uz.ytkownik Martin Dalecki napisa?:
> You don't read economic papers. Don't you? Or what is it with this
> plumbing server/pc market around us? Or increased notebook sales.
> (Typical marked saturation symptom, like the second car for the
> familiy :-).
> I suggest it's precisely the end of the open invention curve out there:
> 1. Nowadays the CPUs are indeed good enough for most of the common tasks.
> WindowsXP tries hard to help overcome this :-). But in reality Win2000
> is just fine for office work.
> 2. The technology in question is starting to hit real physical barriers becouse
> it appears more and more that not everything comming out of the labs
> can be implemented at reasonable costs.
Martin, perhaps you haven't seen this article.
This news seems to contradict your assertion that cost is going
to become a big problem as we attempt to continue tracking the
price/performance trajectory of Moore's law.
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