After takin' a swig o' grog, Peter Köhlmann belched out
this bit o' wisdom:
> Hadron wrote:
>> Tim Smith <reply_in_group@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> writes:
>>> What we've got now are several vendor-specific systems (CUDA from
>>> NVidia, and Stream Computing SDK from AMD, for example). You don't
>>> think having a portable, standard way to do GPGPU stuff is something we
>> No. I dont. At this time we need a shove of the existing standards. And
>> b "we" I mean the Linux side. Gods knows its having enough difficulty
>> keeping up and getting SW vendors on their side.
> Translation: It is another threat to MS dominance, and so it has to be
> stopped somehow.
> Too bad that your "OSS culling committee" has no say in that, isn't
> it, "true linux advocate" and "kernel hacker" Hadron Quark?
> The Day Microsoft makes something that does not suck is probably
> the day they start making vacuum cleaners.
It's a sad day for the LHC when Hadron gets spanked by Tim.
Harriet's Dining Observation:
In every restaurant, the hardness of the butter pats
increases in direct proportion to the softness of the bread.