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Re: Can we really think at a new OS design nowadays ?

From: Guillaume FORTAINE
Subject: Re: Can we really think at a new OS design nowadays ?
Date: Sun, 06 Aug 2006 04:04:22 +0200
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Benno wrote:
On Sat Aug 05, 2006 at 19:50:05 +0200, Guillaume FORTAINE wrote:

Here is the start point of my reflexion :


I believe that we can do extremely complex and reliable software with a few people, thanks to the powerful formal and design tools available now.

Moreover, I think that this OS has to support three key things to be able to survive ( an essential key to have a long term development ) : synergy ,transition & usability.

What does synergy mean, and why is it a key to an OS?


Synergy : have enough developers with a common goal to achieve it. ( to avoid dead-born projects )

Abstraction ( meaning rigorous formalism ) :

To avoid these types of errors :-) ! => have a pure reliable ( totally bug-free os )

Best Regards,

Guillaume FORTAINE

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