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Re: Requesting for review of the Draft proposal for - procfs

From: Carl Fredrik Hammar
Subject: Re: Requesting for review of the Draft proposal for - procfs
Date: Sat, 29 Mar 2008 23:29:10 +0100
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I think you've done a really great job of writing this proposal!
There's not much to comment on really.  :-)

"Madhusudan C.S" <madhusudancs@gmail.com> writes:
> The project thus aims at making the GNU/Linux process management
> tools like ps, top, vmstat, sysctl, w, kill, skill, nice, snice,
> pgrep, free, tload, uptime, fuser, killall, pidof, pstree, etc., to
> run out of the box.

Some of these items might already have a port that is good enough.
Not sure which ones though, but probably kill.

> 11. /proc/sys/net/*

This one might also be troublesome, I'm not sure how much information
is actually accessible through pfinet (the network translator), but I
suspect it's not enough to implement this.

> I'm fully available this summer without any other commitments, will
> tune my day/night rhythm as per my mentor's requirement and assure a
> dedicated work of 50 hours/week.

Wow, 50 hours a week is a lot.  I didn't put nearly as much time into
my GSoC project, I think 20 hours a week is typical for a GSoCer.  I
don't want to discourage you from working hard, but don't overwork
yourself.  ;-)


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