|Subject:||Re: [Qemu-devel] POLL: Why do you use kqemu?|
|Date:||Fri, 05 Jun 2009 11:15:16 +0200|
On 06/05/09 10:40, Tomasz Chmielewski wrote:
Gerd Hoffmann wrote:On 06/05/09 02:44, Johannes Schindelin wrote:Hi, On Thu, 4 Jun 2009, Anton D Kachalov wrote:There is one point missed: "I do not use kqemu". Just to have statistics weight for the other side.I think that is totally beside the point. The question is if it is worth to continue to support kqemu. And frankly, for that I could not care less if there are people _not_ using kqemu if there are enough that _do_ use kqemu to merit a continuation.A poll for both users and non-users would make sense IMHO. It should include reasons for both groups though, i.e. like this: I use kqemu because: [ ] old hardware [ ] *BSD host .... I don't use kqemu because: [ ] using kvm instead [ ] using virtualbox instead [ ] doesn't work stable for me ...And what should I answer if I both use kqemu on some (old) hardware, and kvm otherwise?
Make it multiple choice then, so you can check both "old hardware" and "use kvm". Likewise one could mark both "bsd" + "old hardware" or "use virtualbox" + "not stable".
Could be further refined by a field for the number of machines for each choice, but it starts to become silly then ;)
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