Massive libxo-zation that breaks everything

Alfred Perlstein bright at
Tue Mar 3 02:56:50 UTC 2015

> On Mar 2, 2015, at 6:27 PM, Andrey Chernov <ache at> wrote:
>> The responsibility is on you to provide something better, both the architecture AND code. So if you want it backed out, then write something better. Otherwise step back and let progress happen.
> As it seems you know a lot about my responsibility and duty, I am very
> surprised by your broad interests. If you let me to speak for myself a
> bit, I can tell what I feel. In this particular case my responsibility
> is just to give good advice at the road fork with one way leads to
> obvious hell, nothing more. I already express my opinion from the
> technical point of view and don't want to participate in the flame war,
> so continue this thread without me, please.

Other bad ideas (in the past) were support for threads, kernel threads, SMP, etc in the project's past. So maybe trying something new might be a good idea. At the end of the day, if in a year we think it's really terrible then it can be replaced, ripped out, or better yet can be fixed.  

What's worse than a bad idea is not moving on any ideas. 

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