@skunksarebetter Not CPU specific, but they are included. Especially in the last 20 years when Intel spoke about it. The curve is flattening and right now it looks like this isn’t changing for CPUs. Especially CPU power dissipation is a problem - a problem that isn’t only eating physical space but also performance. And due to that problem, we cannot rely on automagical performance gains. We need to switch to languages with good concurrency.
Rediscovering the Small Web
"Today's web is mostly commercial. The smaller web of individuals has neither the resources nor the will to compete for visibility and audience the way the commercial web does"
Another great post by @neustadt - welcome to Mastodon by the way, a part of the new small web!
We've just pushed an update to
https://build.opensuse.org/package/show/systemsmanagement:saltstack:testing/salt. It's the update to Salt 3000.3. Would be nice if you could check if this breaks anything for #openSUSE #Tumbleweed and give us feedback.
@abtinmo Sure. But it's German and really only about this new box from HP.
@skunksarebetter I'd argue that just using more cores that take up more space is not in the spirit of Moore's prediction. Of course this is up to interpretation since years now. But since we are talking about multi core CPU's, we'd also have to talk about Amdahl's law. How good are more transistors, if you can't leverage them with the same efficiency?
@Gina I'm so jealous. Ours are still closed. 😢
Interview about how SLE and Leap might (almost) bw twins in the future.
From Twitter: https://twitter.com/tfir_io/status/1257336322957684736
"SUSE and @opensuse are working together to bring openSUSE and SLE closer so developers can easily move from development environment to production machine. Watch our exclusive interview with the community and the company."
If you are using an older and unpatched version of Salt, you can (and really should) get a patch from here: https://www.saltstack.com/lp/request-patch-april-2020/
The current releases (2019 and 3000) got updated at least in the #openSUSE, #SUSE and #Saltstack repos. I guess others did too!
@cavaliertusky 4x1 meter. Height is also around 1 meter. No plan. I saw something like this once and then I went to the hardware store to see what they had.
The things you can't see here are the root vole protection (aka netting wire) and the plastic sheet that separates the wood from the soil so that it won't rot that fast.
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