Exactly that's the point. Adding dom0 makes life easier for a group of users who decided to use Xen some time ago, but what Ingo wants is technical improvement of the kernel... The kernel policy always was and still is to accept only those features which have a technical benefit to the code base.
It boggles the mind that someone could get things so backwards. The kernel exists to provide services to the outside world, not the other way around. By all means criticise the details of the Xen dom0 code, but this argument makes zero sense. How precisely did x86_64 support provide a technical benefit to the code base?