It's a shared object for a toy computer.
Are you suggesting that Windows makes a toy computer? Wouldn't a toy GUI consist mostly of big colored squares, dumbed down applications, and a supervisor monitoring your usage patterns?
magic unicorn land you speak off?
I said soon, not now.
Why does the article call it "leaked patch"? That seems like a normal public patch to Linux Kernel Mailing List.
Also when I read the source code, I do not see anything suggesting 32 cores, and instead the patch adds support for an "instructions retired" register which is introduced in the Zeppelin architecture.
So is the article rubbish or am I rubbish? Once again I get the feeling that by even just slightly scraping the surface, things turn out to be completely different than what is described.