On Fri, Oct 05, 2007 at 04:35:41AM +0200, Roman Zippel wrote:
> Hi,
> On Mon, 1 Oct 2007, Oleg Verych wrote:
> > Today's kconfig was proposed and accepted in a very unpleasant
> > circumstances, has very poor design, development and no working
> > alternative (for 5+ years now).
> If you want to make such statements, you have to offer a little more than 
> the hot air you're producing right now...

> If you want to improve the design, you're more than welcome. I'm the first 
> one to admit that there's still lots of room for improvement, but if you 
> want to claim this can only be done via a rewrite, then you have to be 
> a lot more specific what's wrong the current design and why it's 
> unfixable.
> Quite some thought has been put into this design and if you were a little 
> more specific, I could actually tell you why it is this way and maybe how 
> to improve it incrementally instead of trying to reinvent everything.

Thanks. I will be specific, after i will finish, what i already have,
to make air a bit less hot. Of course everything will be back
compatible, so nothing to worry about (the rewrite).

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