Let me just say that I found your response (and your response to my other
email) well-thought and constructive, and generally agreeable. However, now I
have some higher priorities (not GIMP related unfortunately) so I will
reply to this email later when I have some spare cycles.
But thanks for a great response.
 "Will reply" is subject to the Rule of Open-Source Programming No. 11,
which says that when a developer says he will work on something, then he or
she means "maybe".
 - http://www.shlomifish.org/humour/fortunes/osp_rules - and yes, most of
them are my own invention. Read at your own risk and take with a grain of
On Wednesday 21 March 2007, Simon Budig wrote:
> Shlomi Fish ([EMAIL PROTECTED]) wrote:
> > On Tuesday 20 March 2007, Simon Budig wrote:
> > > Shlomi Fish ([EMAIL PROTECTED]) wrote:
> > > > It took me 10 minutes to write.
> > >
> > > Oh wow. Is it just me or is this really a *lot* of time? Personally I'd
> > > consider answering 6 "lazy questions" per hour a waste of time.
> > Well, a few notes:
> > 1. I didn't measure how much time it took me exactly. It was probably
> > less than 10 minutes. Something like 5 or 7 minutes. Hard for me to tell.
> Ok, granted. I was just surprised that you'd seem to take this as
> something not noteworthy.
> > 2. I had to find a URL which more experienced developers would know by
> > heart.
> That is a misconception. I personally do know exactly one URL of the
> website by heart: "http://www.gimp.org/", ok, two:
> "http://www.gimp.org/tutorials/". Everything else is opening it
> in the browser and search for the appropriate link (which in this case
> is prominently in the menu structure). I do believe that this is the
> same for all developers not actively working with the site itself.
Shlomi Fish [EMAIL PROTECTED]
Chuck Norris wrote a complete Perl 6 implementation in a day but then
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