On January 1, 2020 2:14:03 PM GMT+02:00, Frank Beuth <secli...@boxdan.com> wrote: >On Wed, Jan 01, 2020 at 10:29:53AM +0000, e...@isdaq.com wrote: >>> But I don't want deeper point to get missed -- which is that if eecd >>> doesn't like the idea of regulating what the programmer can do, then >the >>> programmer has to have the skills to safely write unsafe code. >> >>no you're belying the point: the good programmer regulates himself >>while you >>want to police everything and everyone else to compensate for your own >>shortcomings > >I don't think I suggested anywhere that I want to police anyone else. I >largely agree with what you write with respect to self-regulation. >However, I'm not sure that ranting about it on misc@ is the most >effective way to make positive progress in the desired direction.
I have never imagined the day when so much spam will cover this mailing list. Don't we have 's...@openbsd.org' for that purpose ? If not, now is the time to consider creating one. Anyway, perl is not my favourite - but at least it does the job in a predictable manner. Best Regards, Strahil Nikolov