Rooted in academia the PaSh project prepares for industrial adoption.

SAN FRANCISCO Calif. September 21 2021 The Linux Foundation the nonprofit organization enabling mass innovation through open source today announced it will host the PaSh project. PaSh is a system for automatically parallelizing POSIX shell scripts that optimizes programs and speeds up execution times leading to faster results for data scientists engineers biologists economists administrators and programmers.

The project is supported by MIT Rice University Stevens Institute of Technology and the University of Pennsylvania and governed by a Technical Steering Committee that includes Nikos Vasilakis research scientist at MIT Michael Greenberg assistant professor at Stevens Institute of Technology and Konstantinos Kallas Ph.D. student at University of Pennsylvania.

The Linux Foundation offers the technical governance infrastructure and services that PaSh has come to require as it has become more mature said Nikos Vasilakis Technical Steering Committee chair for the PaSh Project. We created the project to improve upon and accelerate the execution of shell scripts in the face of new web crawling indexing and natural language processing changes.

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