In the following data T2D means "time to domination" (the expected time for Windows/Linux shares to cross, counting from the present date). DT2D means difference (increase/decrease) in T2D, with respect to last report. CLP means "current Linux Percent", as given by last logged data, and DD means domination day (in YYYY-MM-DD format).
For the first time, data for PrimeGrid is included.
|Einstein||4.5 months||+3.5 months||2009-10-14||44.51 (+2.42)||6.4|
|MalariaControl||>10 years||-||-||12.64 (+0.09)||-|
|POEM||>10 years||-||-||10.66 (+0.19)||-|
|Rosetta||>10 years||-||-||8.37 (+0.28)||-|
|QMC||>10 years||-||-||7.92 (+0.05)||-|
|SETI||>10 years||-||-||8.00 (+0.06)||-|
|Spinhenge||>10 years||-||-||3.87 (+0.28)||-|
Mmm, the numbers seem quite discouraging, but the data is what it is. On the bright side, all CLPs have gone up, some almost a 0.3% in 3 months. The Linux tide seems unstoppable, however its forward speed is not necessarily high.
As promised, today I'm showing the plots for PrimeGrid, in next issue QMC@home.