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SubjectRe: CML2 design philosophy heads-up
Eric S. Raymond wrote:
> More generally, arguments of the form "Non-mainline custom hack X
> could invalidate constraint Y, therefore we can't have Y in the
> rulebase" are dangerous -- I suspect you could reduce your set of
> constraints to nil very quickly that way, and thus badly screw over
> the 99% of people who just want to build a more or less stock kernel.


Still being able to use the "tool" is useful! So I want a "don't mess
with me" mode where I'd get more control than 99% of the lusers....


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