Is this an attempt to justify the fact that you have been working to make secure boot workable for Linux? Or is it an attempt to criticise some developers you don't like who are working for Google?
Tell me one thing: in your history of using Linux, how many cases have you come across of a compromised kernel being used to boot a box?
Why are people suddenly all barking about secure boot? Has there been some massive security incident that nobody on earth knows about - except Microsoft and Google?
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