On Sat, Jun 2, 2012 at 8:24 PM, Calvin Spealman firstname.lastname@example.org wrote:
On Fri, Jun 1, 2012 at 11:08 AM, anatoly techtonik email@example.com wrote:
On Tue, May 29, 2012 at 9:02 AM, Nick Coghlan firstname.lastname@example.org wrote:
Once again, you're completely ignoring all existing knowledge and expertise on open collaboration and trying to reinvent the world. It's *not going to happen*.
It's too boring to live in a world of existing knowledge and expertise,
Frankly, this one fragment is enough to stop me reading further. Who wants to learn from the vast and broad experience when you could simply randomize the rules of reality through ignorance and stubbornness?
If everybody would think like this, the world will never learn about anti-patterns, and the software craftmanship collapsed in astonishing agony some years ago. If it doesn't make it clear - it is not randomizing - it is putting beliefs to the test asking for the current status.
I sound fickle, because I am.
It doesn't matter how do you sound, what matters is that you spoiled the fun to discuss the technical part no matter how long ago it was invented. If you have a lot of people who ask the same question - create a FAQ. That's not a vast and broad experience - that's just a time proven practice from usenet times.
Common guys, what's wrong with you? It is just an idea, not a proposal or scientific paper. And I am not a scientist - I just want to discuss the idea, and I am not sending mails to python-dev anymore, because you asked to. I've spent some time trying to make the idea interesting. It is fine If you know a scientific paper about the matter, can explain it in a few words and send a link for more details. But the replies like "you're stubborn and ignorant, and nobody should help you" doesn't make you a better person. I am criticizing, because I lack time, motivation and fantasy to write stuff about good and bright sides in my life that I just don't see. I write because I see bad things that can be better, and I am still open to discuss if it is real or not. -- anatoly t.