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SubjectRe: [PATCH v40 00/24] Intel SGX foundations
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On 11/21/20 7:12 AM, Dr. Greg wrote:
>> Important Kernel Touch Points
>> =============================
>>
>> This implementation is picky and will decline to work on hardware which
>> is locked to Intel's root of trust.
> Given that this driver is no longer locked to the Intel trust root, by
> virtue of being restricted to run only on platforms which support
> Flexible Launch Control, there is no longer any legitimate technical
> reason to not expose all of the functionality of the hardware.

I honestly can't understand what the point of this is, and I mean that
on multiple levels.

First of all, there's not a coherent description of the problem you're
solving with ~700 lines of code and the treatise you wrote here instead
of a changelog.

Second, is the point here to distract folks from testing the branch in
the tip tree? Or, is it to show appreciation to maintainers by giving
them more of the thing they love: code to review?

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