15 Oct 2008 lmb   » (Master)

  • An article by heise open covers the Linux Kongress, and also my presentation on convergence of cluster stacks, even though they represent my message it slightly more tentative than I intended it to be. But maybe I am too optimistic. For what it is worth, here is a picture of the slide where I outlined the components in the joint stack, which heise open calls a "good mix from all sources."
  • It is possibly quite important that that is my understanding of the results and goals, and even though I believe we had good buy-in in the development community, this should not be understood as a promise or commitment (or lack thereof) by Red Hat or Novell or anyone else to deliver this in the Enterprise distributions in particular, nor that there will be any loss of support for current configurations. If I could speak for both Red Hat and Novell, I would be earning a hell of a lot more money. (Some initial feedback to my blog entry here made me add this paragraph; I did discuss this in the presentation, but it is not captured on the slide shown.)

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