[GE users] did I miss something? (openscheduler, etc. etc)

reuti reuti at staff.uni-marburg.de
Thu Aug 19 23:18:40 BST 2010


Am 20.08.2010 um 00:11 schrieb craffi:

> I'm trying to get my head around the mailing list threads where people 
> are talking about moving the source code elsewhere and otherwise forking 
> off things.
> What did I miss?
> If people are upset about the 90-day eval limit on the binaries 
> available from oracle.com than all we really need to do under the terms 
> of the SISSL license is organize ourselves to the point where we can 
> build and host our own courtesy binaries (just like the ones that 
> gridengine.sunsource.net used to provide).
> Any binaries built by us from the SGE codebase will not be encumbered by 
> the 90-day eval license restrictions.
> I feel like I missed an Oracle announcement or something? Are they not 
> putting patches back into gridengine.sunsource.net or something?

u6 isn't there for weeks - u5 is the last source which is available right now. And there is not much activity at the CVS mailing list recently:


The question is: will u6 and later be closed source? So, any patches and fixed and new features we will have to do on our own then.

-- Reuti

> Why are we talking about new code repositories and mailing lists? In my 
> mind all we really need to do is get together some people who are 
> willing to commit resources to building binaries off of the existing 
> codebase that are not encumbered with commercial eval terms. My company 
> (BioTeam) can commit resources to this if needed.
> Clues appreciated, I'm really quite confused!
> Regards,
> Chris
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