> simple and sustainable is a key to survival. In asdf I see the > accumulation of complexity with no end. That is bad generally.
old ASDF was broken in countless ways, and i've experienced the bugs in my everyday activities. the question is whether ASDF has any accidental complexity, i.e. complexity that is not inherent to the problem domain, and thus could be eliminated -- at least theoretically. -- • attila lendvai • PGP: 963F 5D5F 45C7 DFCD 0A39 -- “Where there are rulers, there are no rules, only interest-serving opinions enforced by violence. To want rulers is to beg for chaos.” — Brandon Roark