[sldev] Linden Lab and unfair business practices
secret.argent at gmail.com
Wed Oct 29 05:05:32 PDT 2008
For every problem there is an answer that is easy, simple and wrong.
Nice is far too crude a tool for managing resource allocation issues
between competing CPU-bound processes... the automatic priority
juggling already in the UNIX or Linux kernel does a better job of
that than you can by manual intervention. But even if that was likely
to work here, I have learned the hard way that technical fixes to
social and political problems, and problems in a product offering or
business model, do not work worth a damn. This is not really a
technical issue, it's a matter of establishing a business case at LL
and so it's really outside the scope of this list.
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