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    Me niether really, since I didn't test anything....

    Me niether really, since I didn't test anything.
    I feel that my computer is responsive enough, but I guess it's a pain that I am used to.. (amd sempron 3400, nvidia 7600gt agp, 2.6.28, kde 4.3)
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    According to http://lkml.org/lkml/2009/5/30/84....

    According to http://lkml.org/lkml/2009/5/30/84. Doesn't "fair_sleepers disabled" increase throughput ie batch processing but also increase latency?

    Seems that would make system responsiveness...
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    Don't we really want to measure the input latency...

    Don't we really want to measure the input latency of the different schedulers and compare this aspect of them?

    The methodology could be inspired by this article. Console Gaming: The Lag Factor -...
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    Why not

    I no expert but I too see the darkness in proprietary drivers, but how is this different from the current binary blob situation? Besides the binary blob having some GPl code sprinkled on top?

    For...
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    FAT32

    It would be fun to see how linux filesystems compare against FAT32. Seems like FAT32 is the lowest common denominator of filesystem, as it comes whith every kind of flash-memory, mp3-player, usb-hdd.
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    System startup time

    Time elapsed from power on to login screen would have been interesting.
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