On Tue, Mar 3, 2015 at 11:07 AM, Justin Hibbits <jr...@alumni.cwru.edu>
> On Tue, Mar 3, 2015 at 10:39 AM, Alfred Perlstein <bri...@mu.org> wrote:
> > Sent from my iPhone
> >> On Mar 3, 2015, at 9:32 AM, hiren panchasara <
> hi...@strugglingcoder.info> wrote:
> >>> On 03/02/15 at 07:33P, Alfred Perlstein wrote:
> >>> Actually I want to shame third party ports into adopting libxo (or at
> least providing machine readable output).
> >>> I know it's scary to try to lead the pack, after all we could be
> wrong, but maybe it's time to try something new and see what happens.
> >>> And no, your idea doesn't make sense it just will lead to those files
> bit rotting.
> >>> Bedsides that you don't even have a real spec other than "it should be
> done differently".
> >>> Again, show the code.
> >> Wow. He told you want he didn't like and he moved on. I hope/wish we as
> >> a project can take criticism more positively than this.
> >> Answer to every criticism should not be "show me your code". We (should)
> >> know better than that.
> > Maybe I am too old school but the motd on freefall is still "now shut up
> and code". I still believe that's right.
> > We ALL need to know when to step back from an issue we really do not
> have the bandwidth to constructively contribute to.
> > This doesn't mean ideas or concerns aren't valid, but that unless you
> truly have the bandwidth to contribute, taking a step back is a good idea.
> > -Alfred.
> You're both right. Maybe we need a hackathon on this. Is BSDCan too late?
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