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    SubjectRe: GGI Project Unhappy On Linux

    WOW! This.. This is concise!

    On Thu, 26 Mar 1998, Vagn Scott wrote:

    > Manuel J. Galan wrote:
    > > Maybe instead of bloating the kernel with more and more services,
    > > it would be wiser to unload it as much as possible keeping the
    > > bare essentials?
    >
    > Exactly.
    > The bare essentials should go in the kernel.
    >
    > There is a problem.
    > The Xservers are crashing systems.
    >
    > There is a solution.
    > Put the bare essentials into the kernel so that
    > Xservers can be written which don't crash systems.
    >
    > There is a project.
    > The project is GGI.
    > One tiny part of the project is KGI.
    > GGI is big.
    > KGI is small.
    > Only KGI is going into the kernel.
    > GGI is not going into the kernel.
    > Big bad GGI is NOT going into the kernel.
    > Only tiny little bare essential KGI is going in the kernel.
    >
    > KGI is going into the kernel because Xservers crash systems.
    > KGI is inevitable because Xservers crash systems.
    > KGI isn't going away because there are no other proposals to
    > deal with the problem that Xservers crash systems.
    >
    > X is nice.
    > There will be a KGI because X is nice.
    > Those who say we don't need a KGI because we have X are
    > talking nonsense.
    > We need KGI because we need X.
    > A particular kind of X.
    > An X that doesn't crash systems.
    >
    > If you need X then you need KGI.
    >
    > If you disagree with that, and expect to be taken
    > seriously by GGI/KGI supporters, then propose another
    > solution to the problem that Xservers crash systems.
    >
    > If you can't solve that problem then please get out
    > of the way of the people who can.
    > --
    > _~|__
    > >@ (vagn( /
    > \`-ooooooooo-'/
    > ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
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