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"While ARM-based instance is 25 percent cheaper, it is able to show a 15-20% performance gain in most of the tests over the corresponding x86 based instances. So ARM-based instances are giving conclusively better price-performance in all aspects."
#databases #benchmark #arm #postgresql
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Distributed Open Source Software (DOSS) has a OSI-approved license and a Developer Certificate of Origin (DCO) https://about.gitlab.com/blog/2017/11/01/gitlab-switches-to-dco-license/ Because there is no Contributor License Agreement (CLA) nobody can relicense the software without permission of the contributors or rewriting it.
(Quick addition: #OpenSource is not a business model, but it is also not a development model, see my #FOSDEM talk at 06:00 https://archive.fosdem.org/2020/schedule/event/software_freedom/ )
"Retention in a pure open source business is difficult. I won’t lie about it. You have to continually up your game in support, services, features, and tooling. It is hard! Really hard! Because in a pure open-source model, the user can always choose to self-support. So your offering has to be so compelling that companies want to pay for it (or they view it as “insurance”)."
When we advocate for open source we advocate for the disruptive network effect free software produces stochastically, not for a specific business model.
The lesson Elastic's restrictive relicensing teaches is those using open source to ratchet a startup will forsake software freedom eventually if they're collecting rights to community contributions. That's no reason to believe open source needs updating.
Why Single-Vendor Open Source is attempted, but fails - https://l-mb.github.io/floss/2021/01/21/single-vendor-floss.html
Two Types of Open Source Communities - https://dirkriehle.com/2021/01/23/two-types-of-open-source-communities/
Noch besser wäre: #Messenger interoperabel machen!
Currently I have the Jabre Elite 65t, they work nicely as headphones but the microphone doesn't work on Linux. Unfortunately it is almost impossible to find any information about this on any product description.
Any first-hand experience and recommendations?
This is why I'm not a big fan of #opensource "projects" that require you to sign a contributor license agreement (CLA) before they accept your patches.
Server run by the main developers of the project It is not focused on any particular niche interest - everyone is welcome as long as you follow our code of conduct!