|Subject:||Re: PolicyKit integration in KDE take 1: systemsettings and kcmshell|
|Date:||Mon, 09 Mar 2009 18:17:04 -0500|
dantti85-dev AT yahoo.com.br wrote:
Note that mapping is a nice feature butmaking too many actions adds more compressibility to your code.
Did you mean "more chance for security being compromised"? Generally compression is a good thing, unless you need low latency. I'm not sure what you meant to say.
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