Care to elaborate on this?JWPlatt wrote:The ball is mostly in my court at the moment on this issue after some work that Mac_Fife completed. The ball is bouncing all over the place and hard to catch up to. I have to compile some points and discussion and make it concise so that it's more likely to fit into a "productive moment" and get attention.
It would really help to know what's going on, not just to satisfy the feeling of momentum, but for the ability to assist with and discuss the topic. If you need something written/edited, there is a community that can help with that and take the load off you. If you need something split into bite-sized chunks, that can be done too.
Your last post in this topic was that nothing yet had happened beyond them receiving it, so it's good to hear that progress is being made.
Honestly, I really have no clue what this means. Don't couch it, just say it.JWPlatt wrote:OS developers could think of time and schedule as an analog for memory fragmentation and page faults, how long it takes to read and consider as code size, and memory resources as a function of the current economy.