[Python-mode] Pymacs runs from python-mode
pinard at iro.umontreal.ca
Fri Jan 27 03:27:43 CET 2012
Andreas Röhler <andreas.roehler at online.de> writes:
> started a Blueprint delivering the reasons for the kind of proceeding
> tried currently
> Think such a Blueprint might be a good place for listing pros and cons.
> Using Make has it's merits too, bien sure.
Hello, Andreas, and gang.
After a quick visit to the link above, its purpose is not clear.
Is that a device you happen to like for organizing your own thoughts on
the matter, and where you can later direct people when you feel useful
to so? If yes : nice, good, great! Enjoy, and have a lot of fun! :-)
Am I expected to follow what's in it? No problem I get an email
whenever it gets edited. Otherwise, as I really do not feel like
having-yet-another-thing-to-check-daily. I have far too much already.
Do you expect me to share ideas in there? Do you really expect me to
use Web editors for speaking to a "blueprint"? I much prefer humans.
And moreover, what's wrong with Emacs, email, and this mailing list?
As a grown up, you surely not need me to jump into your chosen sandbox
for organizing thoughts in your place, are you? *You* do that! ;-) If
you want to help me organizing my own ideas, thanks, but I can manage.
P.S. Who hates the useless multiplication of maintainer toys, and who
honestly needs a good incentive before taking the time it takes to study
what each is meant to do, and how (badly) it does (not do) it...
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