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    Default Power Capping Framework Proposed For Linux

    Phoronix: Power Capping Framework Proposed For Linux

    A power capping framework has been proposed for the mainline Linux kernel to provide some standard interfaces for the increasing amount of drivers/hardware that support power monitoring and limiting...

    http://www.phoronix.com/vr.php?view=MTQyNzc

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    Default Unified interfaces

    Yay for unified interfaces! <3

    Now if we could only get a unified cloud interface.

    9P seems pretty cool too. Distributed computing.
    Maybe PowerShell too, it is object-oriented, none of the Unix shells are object-oriented.

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    Quote Originally Posted by uid313 View Post
    Maybe PowerShell too, it is object-oriented, none of the Unix shells are object-oriented.
    The Python interpreter is.

    I hope they come up with a nice UI for this power informations too. OS X 10.9 Mavericks does.

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    Quote Originally Posted by uid313 View Post
    Yay for unified interfaces! <3

    Now if we could only get a unified cloud interface.

    9P seems pretty cool too. Distributed computing.
    Maybe PowerShell too, it is object-oriented, none of the Unix shells are object-oriented.
    9P is prety cool, a Wayland with 9p would be nice.
    About the obj-shell things: it wouldn't work as the environment suppports no objects, better use perl or python.
    Perl is more like the shell but when you want objs it look pretty ugly.

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    Quote Originally Posted by uid313 View Post
    Yay for unified interfaces! <3

    Now if we could only get a unified cloud interface.

    9P seems pretty cool too. Distributed computing.
    Maybe PowerShell too, it is object-oriented, none of the Unix shells are object-oriented.
    PowerShell needs grep, VI and find, at least!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Thaodan View Post
    9P is prety cool, a Wayland with 9p would be nice.
    About the obj-shell things: it wouldn't work as the environment suppports no objects, better use perl or python.
    Perl is more like the shell but when you want objs it look pretty ugly.
    Wayland using 9P? That's a cool idea, but the FreeDesktop bureau would rather use Dbus, because it's their baby (also moar bloat... excuse me, features)

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    Quote Originally Posted by Desiderantes View Post
    Wayland using 9P? That's a cool idea, but the FreeDesktop bureau would rather use Dbus, because it's their baby (also moar bloat... excuse me, features)
    This would need extra code, 9p don't need extra code for networktransparency as its file based, combined with bind this would be very nice.

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