tilman at baumann.name
Wed Sep 17 19:07:50 CEST 2008
Michael 'Mickey' Lauer wrote:
> It's important though that people
> understand why we need all these abstractions. It's not because we love high
> level interfaces, it's because we need to prepare for application
Yea, but there are things which are already solved and people are used
to work with them. Integration could well go over the top.
As i probably already said. I like the effort, but some things are
better left alone. :)
Not that i have some spcific critique right now, but i could easyly see
fso going in that direction. That's why i reacted this way in this case,
i thought it had happened. *g*
I see fso walking a fine line between genius and insanity. :)
settingsd vs. gconf would be one of these cases. I just refused to
really think about it yet, so i don't really know how much sense it
makes. I think i would not like the outcome... (gconf is horrible, but
it was there long enough to be considered a standard...)
pimd vs. eds the same...
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