Neal H. Walfield
neal at walfield.org
Fri Apr 13 12:26:04 PDT 2012
At Fri, 13 Apr 2012 16:08:00 -0300,
Robin Bate Boerop wrote:
> One argument against solving the problem this way is the following (I play devil's advocate):
> D-Bus is fundamentally broken performance-wise in the way described in the paper. Fixing it on some platforms and not others creates an open source product which is broken on some platforms and not others. This is a confusing story for adopters of D-Bus. Its also confusing for current users of D-Bus - they can't be sure that performance will be reasonable on platforms on which their software runs; D-Bus may or may not be broken on those platforms.
Playing devil's advocate: let's rename D-Bus the Harrison Bergeron Bus.
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