I'd like to break these assumptions. Or at the very least see how far
they can be bent. I know this sounds crazy to a lot of hackers, but
I think there's a certain amount of unhelpful elitism and self-puffery
in the "kernels are hard to configure and they *should* be hard to
configure* attitude. Let's give Aunt Tillie a chance to surprise us.
> Or at least make something like a "Expert level" question as first
> question, so that people who DO know what they are doing can select
> the options they want.
Already in the plan -- in fact the EXPERT symbol exists in CML2 now.
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