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SubjectRe: CML2 design philosophy heads-up
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> Simplifying the configuration interface so that "anyone" can use it seems like
> a waste of effort. If there's an interested novice out there who wants to
> learn how to configure a kernel, they'll be sufficiently interested to invest
> an hour or two in learning how the whole process works. Make it as simple as
> it needs to be, and no simpler.

Having a simple interface is good. Being guided by probable correct choices
helps many people, but it needs to support a simple interface as well as a real
one if the two conflict in design goals
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