Just don't like the style of questioning for a decision that has been already made as if the question itself would have any effect for something that happened in the past. Board has already been made and it on a plane. Parts ordered.
If it breaks the system, surely I would look into that.
Something that's not needed, eventually may be I would decide to remove it. I am the board prime, boss and investor, I have the final say in the matter.
Given the reasoning that I *had* based on the history why the part was there and how the board evolved was apparently wasn't good enough for you or that you don't care about what I said.
The "yes it can", but without examples of "how" to do it for a layman like myself isn't productive. No examples means I can't use it. Nor have you address my concerns.
Not every one is a FPGA expert like you. Keep saying the same thing when I have given you more detail is not helping me.
For me it is a non productive feedback.
Last edited by K.C.Lee; 03 August 2014 at 18:33.