LinuxRegistry in Freedesktop & KDE
c.gatzemeier at tu-bs.de
Sat Apr 17 21:32:57 EEST 2004
Am Samstag, 17. April 2004 16:37 schrieb Avi Alkalay:
> Current tools are inconsistent.
> Someday we'll have to set some standards in this area. It is inevitable
> for interoperability.
I agree that a consistent place for configuration is desirable from a user's
and sysadmin's perspective, however LR might try to take the choice of
storage backend away unecessary.
> TCP/IP is not big deal also. But before him, computers had to set up a
> raw communication. TCP/IP was a very simple, stupid, and straight forward
> solution. So simple that it works for everything.
... and so high level that it works with/over everything. Ethernet,
token-ring, ppp dial-up lines, radios etc. Please consider the consistency
layer being a little more high level, maybe like CFGs.
(and on sf.net)
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