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Les Hatton

1999c

Linux and the CMM

WEBLinux_and_CMM.pdf

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Provides experimental data comparing the reliability of Linux machines against various forms of Windows showing that Linux is between 2 and 3 orders of magnitude more reliable than any form of Windows. The paper goes on to ask why and shows that in an informal CMM audit, Linux development is level 1. So why is it arguably the most reliable major application the human race has ever produced ? The paper goes on to try and answer why.None yet7

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