Lets all be honest and say: people (users) are lazy...
So if they CAN, they WILL go for the non-repack option
Now, as I am a normal User I am not sure what the exact mechanics are behind this.
But as far as I understand it would be less work for the kernel devs.
They only have to take the "minimal" ramdisk, and put it in their kernel.
The rom makers will have to do "more" work.
But it is work they already are doing, most roms are released with a specific boot.img/kernel.
Some romdevs already are making their own kernels to get some functions (within the ramdisk) to work!
They will gladly adapt to a new way of using ramdisks...
Now I suggest to X Mister, Go for it!
Make a tutorial for rom devs, make a tutorial for kernel devs, and make a tutorial for users.
Make it easy for everyone to use this method!
Now I get what Trip is saying, when we have S-Off we won't need this..
This is very true, but S-Off is most likely not going to happen any time soon.
So in the mean time, why not try it for this device?
- I know this is not really a dev related post, but nor were the last 8 or so
█ HTC One
█ S-OFF | ViperOne 3.1.0 RC2 | ElementalX 6.1.2 | TWRP 126.96.36.199 | MultiRom
█ AICP | Carbon | Omni | PAC | TripNDroid | Ubuntu Touch
█ HTC Jetstream
█ S-OFF | El-Diablo 1.2 | El-Diablo | TWRP 188.8.131.52
█ My Other Devices
█ HTC One X | HTC Sensation | HTC HD2 | Sony Xperia S| Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1 | Nokia Lumia 800