Dear GNU Queue community,
It has been a great pleasure serving as your
maintainer. It has been a rewarding although very
Recently, I've made the decision more or less to stop
supporting Queue, at least for now, because of job
responsibilities in the real world and lack of time.
A number of non-commercial and commercial packages use
GNU Queue for load-balancing facilities. If you
require support for GNU Queue in connection with these
packages, I suggest you contact the distributors of
these packages for support with GNU Queue.
There are a number of other excellent load-balancing
and process migration packages available that are Open
Source or quasi-Open Source. These include GNQS,
Mosix, Condor, as well as a number of load-balancing
packages available from the San Diego Supercomputer
If you know of any one interested who might make a
good maintainer for GNU Queue, please let me know.
In the meantime, please check out the discussions on
Sourceforge; there are some members of the community
supporting GNU Queue.
Werner G. Krebs, Ph.D.,
San Diego Supercomputer Center MC 0527
University of California, San Diego MC 0527
9500 Gilman Drive
La Jolla, CA 92093-0527, USA
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