BSD is designed. Linux is grown.

"The differences between BSD and Linux aren't just surface things that happened accidentally; they're the result of different philosophical and developmental processes. This is an attempt to explain why and how BSD works"...

"BSD for Linux users" explained by Matthew D. Fuller

"BSD is what you get when a bunch of Unix hackers sit down to try to port a Unix system to the PC. Linux is what you get when a bunch of PC hackers sit down and try to write a Unix system for the PC."

"...Linux methodology is the living incarnation of chaos, whereas the BSD methodology is far more about control." ... "Linux grew out of a spare-time hacking background, while BSD grew out of a controlled engineering background." ... "Naturally, the BSD method is far more amenable to keeping things ordered, while the Linux method practically necessitates utter chaos."

"Linux (and its various distributions) are moving in all sorts of different directions, with very little real coordination. That means they're going to end up in a lot of places the BSDs, with their more careful and orderly progression, will only get to more slowly (if at all). A lot of those places are going to be icky and horrible, and places you don't want to be. But some of them are going to be absolute jewels, that you could never reach any other way." ... "Linux may hit lower lows, and they may even be more numerous. But the sheer number of people and projects pushing in so many different directions practically assures you of striking gold."

"Is BSD better than Linux? Well, I think so. But that doesn't mean much. It is, however, different."

20.06.2004, 02:46

5 vor 12 bei 10 vor 10

Jetzt sinkt die Qualität von 10vor10 wirklich langsam auf erschreckend tiefe Niveaus!

Die gestrigen Themen von 10vor10:

Berufsverbot wegen Pornobildern
  • Einem Freiburger Lehrer droht die Entlassung. Der Lehrer hat kinderpornographische Bilder aus dem Internet bezogen und ist geständig. In Zürich bekommt ein solcher Lehrer seit Neustem sogar ein Berufsverbot.
Kurznachrichten
  • Wieder Toter bei Schiesserei in Basel
  • Sexualassistentinnen für Behinderte fertig ausgebildet
Dutroux schuldig gesprochen
  • Nach über drei Monaten haben sich die die Geschworenen im Dutroux Prozess heute auf ein Urteil geeinigt. Sie haben Marc Dutroux der Entführung und der Vergewaltigung mehrerer Mädchen und des dreifachen Mordes schuldig gesprochen.
Blechpolizisten blitzen schneller
  • 5 Stundenkilometer schneller als erlaubt gab bisher keine Busse. Doch dank neuer Blechpolizisten sinkt die Toleranz.
Kurznachrichten
  • Tote bei Anschlag in Bagdad
  • Fischers peinlicher Handy-Zwischenfall
  • Jackson hat Schweigen erkauft
Zwei Kunstmessen - zwei Welten
  • Wer ein fettes Portmonee und Freude an Gemälden hat, kommt an die Kunstmesse Art Basel. Doch am Rande der Art Basel gibt es eine Gegenmesse, die sogenannte Liste. Hier trifft sich die noch unbekannte Kunstszene, in der Hoffnung, ganz gross rauszukommen.
Joggen fürs Vaterland
  • In Bern versuchten 40 Parlamentarier, die Bevölkerung zu mehr Bewegung zu animieren.
Die Wetteraussichten

Zum Vergleich: Die Themen der gestrigen Tagesschau :

Schlagzeilen

  • Das Gericht fällt das Urteil über den Kindermörder Marc Dutroux
  • Die Nationalbank erhöht den Leitsatz um ein Viertel Prozent.
  • Für Kommissionspräsident Prodi hat die EU noch keinen Nachfolger.
  • Das Wetter wird Wechselhaft. Am Morgen gibt es Wolken und Regen, ab Mittag sonnig.
Schuldspruch Dutroux
  • Durch 243 Anklagepunkte mussten sich die belgischen Geschworenen im Dutroux-Prozess durcharbeiten. Heute fällten sie nach mehrtägigen Beratungen ihr Verdikt: Der Hauptangeklagte Dutroux ist schuldig -des dreifachen Mordes, der Freiheitsberaubung und der Vergewaltigung. Die konkrete Strafe für Dutroux und die anderen Angeklagten werden Richter und Geschworene später verhängen.
Bombenanschlag Irak
  • 35 Todesopfer, etwa 140 Verletzte forderte ein Bombenanschlag im Irak. Die Täter hatten ein Rekrutierungszentrum der irakischen Armee im Visier. Schon einmal, im vergangenen Februar, hatten sie vor einem Rekrutierungszentrum ein Blutbad angerichet. Die Sicherheitslage, das zeigt sich in diesen Tagen immer wieder, bleibt zwei Wochen vor der Machtübergabe an die Iraker prekär.
EU-Gipfel
  • Die 25 Staats-und Regierungsschefs der Europäischen Union müssen sich an ihrem Gipfeltreffen in Brüssel zusammenrauffen. Sie müssen eine Einigung finden über die umstrittene europäische Verfassung - und sie müssen sich einigen über die Nachfolge von EU-Kommissionspräsident Prodi. Wer wird Prodis Nachfolger? Hanspeter Stalder aus Brüssel.
Untersuchuchungskommission 11. September
  • In Washington hat die Untersuchungskommission die Hearings über die Terroranschläge vom 11. September abgeschlossen. In einem heute veröffentlichen Zwischenbericht listet die Kommission Fehler der Luftfahrtbehörde und der Streitkräfte auf. Das Verteidigungsministerium habe es etwa verpasst, eines der entführten Flugzeuge abzufangen.
Nationalbank erhöht Leitzins
  • Sinkende Zinsen - damit scheint es vorbei zu sein. Die Schweizerische Nationalbank hat ihren Leitzins um ein Viertel Prozent erhöht - und leitet damit eine Zinswende nach oben ein. Die Nationalbank-Führung ist überzeugt, dass der Konjunkturaufschwung anhält und die Wirtschaft eine massvolle Zinserhöhung verkraften kann. Christian Kolbe.
Nationalrat gegen Schwarzarbeit
  • Sie arbeiten etwa auf Baustellen, im Gastgewerbe, in Haushalten, in der Landwirtschaft. Sie unterscheiden sich vom üblichen Angestellten dadurch, dass sie für wenig Geld arbeiten, keine Sozialleistungen erhalten und keine Steuern zahlen. Sie machen Schwarzarbeit! Der Nationalrat will der Schwarzarbeit zu Leibe rücken. Das neue Gesetz bestraft Unternehmen, die Menschen "schwarz" beschäftigen. Hanspeter Trütsch.
Gewerkschaften drohen Druckerei-Unternehmern mit Streiks
  • Rund 800 Gewerkschafter haben in Solothurn die Delegierten-Versammlung der Druckerei-Unternehmer zu einem "Spiessrutenlauf" werden lassen. Die Gewerkschaften verlangen einen neuen, verbesserten GAV und drohen mit Streiks. - Die Arbeitgeber lehnen die Forderungen zwar weiterhin ab. Als Kompromis bieten sie aber neue Gespräche an, und sie wollen den bisherigen GAV vorläufig weiterführen.
Ungewöhnlich viele Fahrzeug-Pannen im letzten Jahr
  • Der TCS kam im letzten Jahr bei durchschnittlich über 1000 Pannen pro Tag zum Einsatz. Das sei ein neuer Rekord, teilte der Touring Club Schweiz an einer Medienkonferenz in Belpmoos mit. Am meisten Pannen gab es im Sommer. Die heissen Temperaturen führten ungewöhnlich häufig zu Fahrzeug-Schäden.
Vorläufig keine Lotterie-Automaten in der Deutschschweiz
  • In der Deutschschweiz dürfen vorläufig keine Lotterie-Automaten aufgestellt werden. Das hat die Eidgenössische Spielbanken-Kommission entschieden. Sie will zuerst abklären, ob die Automaten gegen das Spielbanken-Gesetz verstossen. - Im Zentrum des Rechtsstreits stehen die in der Romandie bereits weit verbreiteten "Touchelot"- und "Tactilo"-Automaten.
Tour de Suisse
  • In der Königsetappe der Tour de Suisse mit den Pässen Susten und Klausen hat Niki Aebersold einen schönen Solosieg feiern können.

Ich glaube der Unterschied ist klar sichtbar. Was mich vor allem stört ist nicht unbedingt dass solcher 10vor10 Garbage überhaupt produziert wird, sondern dass er auf SFi bis zum geht-nicht-mehr wiederholt wird. Ums Himmels Willen, warum strahlt ihr nicht wenigstens abwechslungsweise die Wiederholungen von 10vor10 und der Tagesschau aus, wie ihr's bis 22.00 mit Schweiz Aktuell und der Tagesschau macht!!! OK, wenn's sein muss könnt ihr Sport Aktuell auch noch drunter mischen ;-)


18.06.2004, 08:39

Mocha vs Helma?

My Mocha stuff consists of an "abstraction layer" and an "object engine" that currently run on top of Web Crossing which is a proprietary product. What I'm trying to do with Mocha would be what I consider "commodity software" - software that should be free and therefore it needs something to run on that is free.

Both the Mocha Object Engine and the Mochascript Library are written in Javascript and "feel good" together with Helma. Generally, I feel that Helma fits the way I'm thinking. Having said that, I'm not a fan (yet) of the skin/macro concept and I'm still digesting Hannes' relative willingness to accept relational databases as "not from hell" - but I'm starting to get the picture (ie. pBeans + Groovy Beans).

Here's why I think the skin/macro stuff doesn't fit right with the Mocha concept: I believe it draws the line between application logic and layout to early. I think you Helmaists have started to discover this yourselves: When you start generating HTML dynamically (a similarity between the Mochascript lib and the AntvilleLib) and when you start to add some kind of GUI-translation lookups then you remove both HTML markup and GUI-Text from the skins - and you're left with gibberish of mixed layout, string and content lookups. I claim that kind of gibberish is more difficult for a non-programmer to disekt than a Javascript syntax with a very high level of abstraction.

Mocha adds an additional level of abstraction where all of these lookups are expressed in Javascript. I call these elements "Mocha Objects" and they might look for example like this:
+ openPage({backpath:'hide'}); 
+ openSidebar() + makeList('siblings') + closeSideBar(); 
+ openContentBlock(); 
+ makeTitle({style:'alert'}) + makeDescription(); 
if (userIs('editor')) { 
	+ openForm(); 
	+ makeTextarea('content'); 
	+ makeDropbox('status',['Pending','Active',Resolved']); 
	+ makeButton('Save Changes','submit'); 
	+ closeForm(); 
} 
else { 
	+'You need to ask your editor to make the changes.'.lookup(); 
} 
+ closeContentBlock(); 
+ closePage();

Translations and string customizations are handled by a lookup string method that checks for available string replacements based on a hash lookup. If I wouldn't be against software patents, I would patent this.

When running Mocha on top of Helma, a .hac file would basically call the Mocha Object Engine that determines which Mocha Objects need to be evaluated in order to respond to the current request. That collection of Mocha Objects is then evaluated and the result returned to the client. Skins wouldn't really be needed in this picture. However, the skins in Helma provide a security and access control layer that allows a user to make edits that are jailed from the applications Javascript environment. Adding a separate second tier Javascript environment in which Mocha Objects are evaluated would be the trick.

But I might be changing my mind about that skin/macro criticism: In earlier days, I once implemented a Mochascript library that ran on the client-side (with Broadvision on the server-side). I never intentionally abandoned that concept - I just didn't have the time to maintain/update it. Think of skins as an additional layer of Javascript code that will dynamically generate the HTML markup on the client-side. Client's have plenty of CPU power available to first evaluate Javascript before rendering the resulting markup. The Mochascript library on the server side would then generate/output client-side Javascript code instead of HTML, like both my Mochascript lib and for example the AntvilleLib do now. Helma's skins are the intersection between HTML and server-side macro calls. Mocha's "skins" would be the intersection between server-side and client-side Javascript - on the server-side, we would basically never see an HTML tag.

Some might argue that Javascript is not as easy to learn for a non-programmer as for example python. I believe while that might be true, the reality sports a bigger picture: Sooner or later "everybody" has to learn that kind of syntax anyway. The advantage of a "mono-syntax" environment from the client-side to the server-side and beyond (Java, C, etc.) by far outweighs the learning curve. Speed can be gained by abstraction instead of syntax.

So, Mocha is mainly about abstraction and how different levels of abstraction are layered. Helma might be the ideal underpinnings for Mocha.

27.05.2004, 09:41


Schattenwahrheit: Coup d'etat underway against the Cheney Circle?

The Bush administration might be heading for turmoil (read that both ways, if you can) leading up to the elections, facing a power struggle against the Pentagon, CIA and Senat. Richard is taking his analysis of past, present and future world order to new heights . At least we won't be surprised in case we'll soon be BBC World watching a military coup in the USA, possibly following a major disruptive Terror attack, the declaration of martial law and the cancellation of the elections - and followed by the "Cheney Circle" facing a military tribunal for bringing terror to the world. Now, that's what I call a "Schattenwahrheit"!

23.05.2004, 10:16

Abschluss Bilaterale II Schweiz-EU

Das bilaterale Gesamtpaket, auf das sich der Bundesrat mit Brüssel geeinigt hat, besteht aus neun Abkommen der Bilateralen II sowie einer Reihe weiterer Regelungen. Die entscheidende Frage wird vor allem sein, ob zukünftige Entwicklungen im entsprechenden EU-Recht von der Schweiz autonom nachvollzogen und ausgehandelt werden können. Falls nicht, müssen wir's ablehnen. Die Unterhändler der Schweiz behaupten, dass dies explizit so ausgehandelt und ausformuliert worden sei.

23.05.2004, 15:56

From Adam Smith to Open Source

A report from the Open Source and Free Software conference held at the University of Toronto stops where it starts to become interesting.

Source code is about a "belief" of how a problem should be solved. The emphasize here is on "belief" - not on "how". A free market in this industry needs to compete on that belief - and no one can claim a monopoly on what they believe.


19.05.2004, 09:41

Linux - the desktop for the rest of them

The drunkenbatman has blogged a rhapsody on desktop apps development .

Maybe Linux will be the desktop for the rest of them. That still leaves room for up to 10% MacOSX market share - which is more than will ever be good for Apple. If Apple's market share ever gets above 10% then they are not thinking different enough!

02.05.2004, 15:35

Big Bang

If time is the fourth dimension then that neutralizes or stretches the other three and you are left with nothing or everything - depending on the perspective - which certainly would explain it all :-)

24.04.2004, 16:00

>>> Leaky Hop Objects

> Return Path Rewriting (RPR) - Mail Forwarding in the Spam Age
> Microsoft Discloses Huge Number Of Windows Vulnerabilties
> Steuerungsabgabe statt Steuern
> Anno 2003: deployZone
> The war against terror
> The war against terror (continued)
> The relativity of Apple's market share
> Are humans animals?
> Server-side Javascript
> Democracy Now!
> The Cluetrain Manifesto
> Anno 1999: Der Oberhasler
> Anno 1998: volksrat.ch
> Fan traces "lost" singer Rodriguez
> Anno 1998: crossnet
> Think different
> The right time to buy Apple stock
> Geschwindigkeit vs Umdrehungszahl
> Anno 1997: Xmedia
> "The meaning of life is to improve the quality of all life"
> Cute Barristas at Peet's Coffee
> Anno 1996: CZV
> Alternative 1995
> BZ Internet Cafe
> Xjournal
> How do I set a DEFAULT HTML-DOCUMENT?
> Searching Gopherspace
> Crossnet - der kollektive Intellekt der Schweiz
> Global Screen Design Services
> NEW-LIST digests
> ACTIV-L Digest
> Eternal September
> AOL expanding Internet services
> Anno 1993: Macro-micro navigator
> Freude herrscht!
> Anno 1992: Intouch i-station
> You register me in 50 states
> Anno 1991: mediacube
> Friedrich Dürrenmatt - Die Schweiz als Gefängnis
> Anno 1990: RasterOps
> Enable the Creative
> Photoshop Startup Memories and First Demo
> Anno 1989: Lambada by Kaoma
> Anno 1988: Perfect by Fairground Attraction
> Bürgerbrief
> Morgana - Selling Digital-Font based Sign-writing
> Macworld Expo 1988 Amsterdam
> Acorn Archimedes RISC Technology
> Anno 1987: Knowledge Navigator
> Anno 1986: Max Headroom in the News
> FidoNet
> Anno 1985: Amiga 1000
> Hello World on C128 in CP/M Mode
> Analog Desktop Publishing in 1984
> Anno 1982: Vic-20
> Gamchi
> Postel's Law
> The Future Is Unwritten
> Earth Mother and Fortieth Floor by Lesley Duncan
> La Linea by Osvaldo Cavandoli
> California by Joni Mitchell
> Supplement to the Whole Earth Catalog
> Neil Young
> Whole Earth Catalog
> Anno 1968: Mony Mony and People Got to Be Free
> August 28th 1968: William Buckley Vs Gore Vidal




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