Home > FreeBSD > Updated FreeBSD Process Scheduler Available Updated FreeBSD Process Scheduler Available Eugenia Loli 2002-07-19 FreeBSD 6 Comments Luigi Rizzo has implemented a weight-based process scheduler for FreeBSD-stable, and is in the process of porting it to -current. Read all about it at BSDForums.org. About The Author Eugenia Loli Ex-programmer, ex-editor in chief at OSNews.com, now a visual artist/filmmaker. Follow me on Twitter @EugeniaLoli 6 Comments 2002-07-20 4:47 pm Anonymous I did post ealier on but it seem Eugenia censored it to moderated comment. Actually I don’t want to left this articles without any comments. So I wrote comments although not very related to the articles 2002-07-20 4:49 pm Anonymous It did not got censored. It got moderated. Your previous comment and this one, are offtopic. Please avoid “first post” kind of comments. They will be moderated down. If we don’t have comments for a story, that is ok, we don’t really need to populate it… 2002-07-20 5:46 pm Anonymous What the hell is with these morons who insist on posting irrelvant/nonsense messages? I say way to go Eugenia. All the power to you. OSnews is (or certainly was) a darn fine site — until those lame slash-kiddies started comming here. 2002-07-20 6:23 pm Anonymous Does the message you post relevant to this articles? Did my message contain dirty word as yours? I think Eugenia know better about the wording I use in every of my posting. What I’m trying to do here is just attracting others to at least read the article especially those who like FreeBSD. FreeBSD is not my specialisation OS so that is why I didn’t comment on the articles. For me everybody got the right to post here at OSNews doesn’t matter they love Linux, NetBSD, OpenBSD, FreeBSD, BeOS or other propritery OS or free OS. This site is not specifically for any OS as what mentioned in the TERM of this site. 2002-07-21 12:16 am Anonymous Here are some suggestions which might be of aid to you. 1. If you don’t have anything useful to say then don’t say anything at all. Seriously man, you _don’t_ have to post comments simply because no one else has. People read stories based upon what interests them, not because of the number of comments. 2. If you don’t know what you’re talking about then don’t pretend you do. It gets tiring trying to correct all the ignorant mistakes people make. I have this theory that some people are only coming on here with the soul intention of misleading and annoying others. I don’t appreciate this. “Does the message you post relevant to this articles? Did my message contain dirty word as yours?” No, but it’s relevant to one of the problems this site is currently facing. As for my choice of words, if you don’t like it then I suggest you petition the government to have the dictionary changed & standardized. I don’t use any words which cannot be found in your typical English Dictionary. “Bla bla bla” […] “bla bla bla.” Nobody has the right to post in these forums if: 1. Their post is annoying and entirely useless 2. Their post is intentionally misleading These are simple terms which I’m sure _even_ you can comply with. 2002-07-22 5:11 pm Anonymous But you did putting comments on this thread du to my comments Ha! Ha! Ha! And maybe after this coment tooo! Let seeeee. Don’t get to emotional man!