Helping to find the usefulness of a proposal

Ruslan Shevchenko rssh at
Thu May 21 04:48:41 PDT 2009

> Hi all,
> I was handed a copy of the qualitas corpus on 2 DVDs at the JUG meeting
> last night. I'll see if I can find time to run Ruslan's work across it
> for a broader set of results, though it may not add much to the existing
> figures.

Great!  I will prepare next version on check-set on week-end.

Also, timing issues:
On our compile server, with  CPU0: Intel(R) Xeon(R) 2.13GHz and 4Gb RAM
openjdk-jdk fully processed during 65 minutes.

So, may be have sense take some part of corpus.

> Bruce
> Mark Thornton wrote:
>> brucechapman at wrote:
>>> OK,
>>> I was aware of that one because the last JUG meeting here was about
>>> visualising
>>> code and was working with that corpus.
>>> The problem then is that the corpus is HUGE. Even the 20090202r
>>> version which
>>> only has the latest release of each system (and is probably the
>>> appopriate one
>>> for coin use) is 1.2Gb (my monthly broadband limit is 1Gb - I'd
>>> probably
>>> sneakernet it from someone locally).
>> Ouch, however I'm sure there are quite a few of us with substantially
>> more generous download allowances.
>> Mark Thornton

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