Kostas Georgiou wrote:
> they can't be bothered to do it correctly or they aren't competent
> enough is not a reason to hack the existing model to pieces.
Here here. But the RB, as I understand it, has made painfully slow
progress and the politics of "task allocation and responsibility" mean
that no one (outside the original RB team) really have a budget or
mandate to improve it (or throw it out and start over again). I would
genuinely love to be shown wrong on this point.
Faced with a broken system which you aren't allowed to replace or fix,
experiments did what they could, which in this case is the pilot job system.
Ian Stokes-Rees [log in to unmask]
Particle Physics, Oxford http://grid.physics.ox.ac.uk/~stokes