"Chilling Effects" paper at USENIX
Frank Ch. Eigler
fche at redhat.com
Wed Apr 9 12:20:20 EDT 2008
"Charles Merriam" <charles.merriam at gmail.com> writes:
> I read the paper, and it seems to summarize as:
> 1. The BitFrost Specification is documentation, not detailed
> implementation. The author does not read code.
> It seems like OLPC F. should issue an immediate (preemptive) response saying:
> 1. BitFrost is an open-source implementation. The "BitFrost
> Specification" is a high level document and not an engineering
> specification. Engineers can read the implementation source code.
As shown on the Bitfrost status wiki page though, there is not that
much implementation yet to critique, so the paper's authors are
perhaps justified in looking at just the plans.
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