*countable infinities only

Orcan Ogetbil oget.fedora at gmail.com
Sat Jun 9 14:09:04 UTC 2012

> On Sat, Jun 9, 2012 at 3:19 PM, Chris Smart wrote:
>> On 09/06/12 19:34, drago01 wrote:
>>>> > If Fedora does not implement some form of Secure Boot support, 100% of
>>>> > Fedora users will still be able to install Fedora on new machines, after
>>>> > they disable Secure Boot, if their computer even has it at all (and
>>>> > personally, I think the majority of Fedora users will simply buy
>>>> > hardware which does not have Secure Boot). I know I would.
>>> No because some users in don't know what a firmware is and can't/don't
>>> want to fiddle with it.
>> Except it won't be that hard.
> For people like you.

I believe that supporting people who are not in your "like you"
classification above is loss of time and resources. They should not be
using any electric equipment (e.g. toaster oven, refrigerator, light
bulb) to begin with. Furthermore, reading arguments against this in an
official Fedora mailing list makes me sad.

Sorry for being so harsh. I just don't have much tolerance for
accepting unintelligence.

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