Talk:pSOS (real-time operating system)

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Note to would-be editors: if you disagree with any of this, raise some talk about it. Otherwise expect any changes that you make to be reversed! (talk moved from article Aldie 04:20 Oct 23, 2002 (UTC))

PSOS could also refer to Project Support Open Source which is an effort to aid companies in donating to open source projects. It has so far raised over $30k (of which singapore and several other projects I am involved with have each received $50). Should this be added as a disambiguation page? Tamlyn 13:21, 18 August 2006 (UTC)

It could also refer to "Provably Secure Operating System", a capability-based OS design described in [1]. Proposal:

  • rename this page to "pSOS (real-time operating system)"
  • add a stub page for "PSOS (capability operating system)"
  • add a disambig page.

--DavidHopwood 20:30, 14 July 2007 (UTC)

That's a good idea. I've gone ahead and moved the page to your suggested title, and created a disambiguation page where it was. Disavian (talk) 20:57, 14 June 2013 (UTC)