LWD – March 2010

This is a continuation post for my Linux World Domination project, started in this May 2008 post. You can read the previous post in the series here.

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), and DCLP means “difference in CLP”, with respect to last logged data.

Einstein already crossed September 2009 54.80 +3.45
MalariaControl >10 years 12.12 +0.17
PrimeGrid >10 years 11.78 +1.47
POEM >10 years 11.52 +0.69
Rosetta >10 years 8.61 +0.01
SETI >10 years 8.12 +0.05
QMC >10 years 8.11 -0.12
Spinhenge >10 years 4.46 +0.09

The numbers (again) seem a bit discouraging, but the data is what it is. Now MalariaControl goes up (it went down in previous report), but QMC goes slightly down. All others go up. The Linux tide seems unstoppable, however its forward speed is not necessarily high.

As promised, today I’m showing the plots for Spinhenge@home. In next issue, QMC@home.

Number of hosts percent evolution for Spinhenge@home (click to enlarge)

Accumulated credit percent evolution for Spinhenge@home (click to enlarge)

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