On 04/03/2012 10:05 AM, rncbc wrote:
As far as I understood, to have everything saved in the session folder
was designed to make the behavior of the session manager more
predictable and more simple to avoid errors and misbehavior.
To be able to export the session was *not* the primary choice for this
(correct me if I am wrong).
Feelings are important, especially when dealing with something like
session management which success depends more or less by the adoption by
others. But I think we need to know the *facts* here. Is it really that
way as you think it is, or is it just your initial resistance (which one
can understand) to comply to the strict rules of NSM and isn't it that
bad when having a closer look at it?
It's a reasonable point to discuss though...
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