--- Comment #6 from René Kijewski <rene.kijew...@fu-berlin.de> 2010-03-14
22:47:12 UTC ---
(In reply to comment #5)
> (In reply to comment #4)
> > Show some respect!
> > If you developers want users to make suggestions, than don't put a ":)"
> > after a
> > comment demonstrating your dislike for users' input. Otherwise simply close
> > the
> > open bug tracking system.
> You can file bugs, which gives us a place to look at them. That doesn't mean
> we'll agree with all of them -- that's why the WONTFIX resolution exists.
> We already have too many classes in some places, and there's really no limit
> how many classes we could add to the output. If we added classes every time a
> user asked for it, our output would become horrifyingly bloated over time.
> Best not to go there, and to add no new classes unless there's a very clear
I simply meant the way it was rejected ... There is no need for a cynical ":)".
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