My point is, either you care about the strength of your random numbers or you don't.
If you care, you're using /dev/random and you only mix in strong entropy. Mixing in weak
entropy seems harmless but will mask problems that would otherwise be obvious. The Debian
If you don't care, then you're happy with a strong, well-seeded PRNG and there's no need to
mix in dubious random data.
Is there a middle ground? I don't see one.