Not subscribing to this FUD-fest of a troll feast, so don't count on me coming back
But it seems that just about everyone has entirely missed the point of what Con Kolivas wrote (two and a half years ago, so someone is dragging through ancient history):
Basically, it's tidy, and thorough, but overly thorough to the point of bloat. You can write code well and still get bloat.Now this would be a great time to take my comments out of context without reading on. The problem is that here was a scheduler that did exactly what I hate about what the Linux kernel scheduler is becoming. It's a monstrosity of epic proportions, and as far as an aircraft goes, it's like taking an Airbus A380 on a short joyride if you're running it on a desktop.
So what do I think of it now? It looks like an excellent design for a completely different purpose. It's built like a commercial design for commercial purposes that have very different requirements than what most of us use Linux for, but it does appear to have been done so very well.
Kebbabert is taking it out of context, Pawlerson is falling for it and getting Con Kolivas's meaning backwards, and most of the other posters are just embarking on a trollfest that is related only to the operating systems involved.
But by all means, carry on! I'd love it if Kebbabert can keep some of the trolls occupied outside the potentially interesting threads.
~A Linux user who's gotten disgusted by certain fudsters who attempt to promote Linux and thereby make it less attractive.