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SubjectRe: Configure.help editorial policy
Rob Landley <landley@trommello.org>:
> If you're going with a uniform terminology argument, you should drop MiB
> altogether. Unless you want to submit a patch to the kernel to standardize
> all the other occurences everywhere else? :)

Rob, you haven't looked at the actual changes I made, have you?

If you had, you'd realized that I have not introduced "kibibyte",
or "mebibyte" or any of those terms anywhere. The Configure.help
changes involve only the IEC-standard abbreviations KiB, MiB, and GiB.

Try criticizing what I actually did, as opposed to what you merely *assume*
I did. You'll be more convincing that way.
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