[arch-general] [arch-dev-public] Trimming down our default kernel configuration

Thomas Bächler thomas at archlinux.org
Fri Mar 28 14:49:35 EDT 2014

Am 28.03.2014 17:11, schrieb Martti Kühne:
> On Fri, Mar 28, 2014 at 4:03 PM, Bigby James <bigby.james at crepcran.com> wrote:
>> So you think it's justifiable to expect someone you don't know to spend more
>> time than necessary performing a tedious and monotonous task, because maybe,
>> someday, it might make your life slightly more convenient? What if that "one
>> day" is a year from now? Two years? And what if your time spent "experimenting"
>> leads you to conclude that these things are "factually useless" to you? What
>> then of the effort the devs put into it?
> How did it happen that we're arguing about someone else's effort? Both
> of us are not trying to tell anyone to do anything, because people
> know that if they do something they do something and if they don't
> they don't. Stop standing in the way.

You can actually stop arguing about the SELinux issue entirely, since I
think I heard all the basic arguments on both sides (if you have
something _really_ new to add though, feel free to do so). I'll make up
my mind about it and decide how we proceed.

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