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22 Dec 2003 (updated 22 Dec 2003 at 03:30 UTC) »

After working for a famous free software company I realized that among all solutions for production administration tools, there's no option on scheduling as Unix Administrators are used to.

Ok, we have crontab. But it has nothing really useful to job scheduling but running scripts at the right time. There are no control on what happened, there's no controle on how long did it take, there's no control even if it was really executed.

So that's why I'm planing a Job Scheduler. I'd like to help sysadmins that many times see themselves obligated to use non-free options to schedule their job.

So I've chosen Saturn. For those who don't know (to tell the truth I didin't), Saturn is the roman name for Chronos, the greek god of time. Parent of Jupiter (Zeus).

Feel free to discuss it here

I'll try again. After a long time planing to participate free software comunity the way I'd like to do I'll try again.

For those who doesn't know me, which is probably everybody. I try to participate free software comunity for more then a year, but due to some limitations that was not possible.

Now, I have my own computer, and my own home, and live near my job, so I won't need to travel 6 hours/day to work, and also have more time to do things I think it's important.

I hope to keep this diary uptodate. Unfortunetly we can't have a discussion here, but when it would be interesting we can also go to /.

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