Re: *countable infinities only

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On 06/02/2012 05:26 PM, drago01 wrote:
On Sat, Jun 2, 2012 at 11:14 PM, Gregory Maxwell <gmaxwell@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:

 I think regressing to the installs
being somewhat easier than ten yearsish ago is still a better place to
be than the cryptographic lockdown.
I disagree and once again it is not a lockdown as people who care
enough can disable it, while having it enabled by default makes things
easier for a large set of (potential) users.

Who are these potential users? How many people running windows have you convinced to also
load Linux? I have been using Linux since 0.99 and have not been able to convince any to use Linux.
And if we have the choice between "make it easier to modify every part
of the OS" vs. "make it easier to instal the OS in the first place"
... no one thinking rationally would opt for the former.

Besides installation and modification aside it does provide another
additional value ... which is added security which is a welcome
addition in some environments.

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