On Tue, Jun 21, 2005 at 08:46:55AM -0700, William Skaggs wrote:
> Giles wrote:
> > I don't think the list can afford to lose the input of either one of you.
> I wouldn't worry too much about it. Compared to flame-fests of the
> past, this one is pretty much a yawner. At least they're arguing
> about questions of fact.
> -- Bill
> "The one advantage of playing with fire, is that one never gets even
> singed. It is the people who don't know how to play with it who get
> burned up."
> -- Oscar Wilde, "A Woman of No Importance"
it does smell of agreement between the two of them. if it were less
boring of an interchange, i could pull the real conversation out from
between the lines and any one who has been respectfully following the
list for a while can do this easily as well.
completely off-thread, i would like to see the way mr. lehmann has the
menu structure set in his own personal instance of gimp. i say this
because i really liked the changes that installing gimp-perl makes to
the Xtns menu. gimp-perl tried to make the scripting environment
invisible to the user a very very long time ago. including the pdl (a
long time ago) foiled this attempt. i accidentally perpetuated this
when i made an updated python image instead of asking that the image in
the dialog be removed.
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