[Python-ideas] (no subject)
ben+python at benfinney.id.au
Mon Apr 11 23:08:45 EDT 2016
Keith Curtis <keithcu at gmail.com> writes:
> It is easy to say that bug metrics are going in the wrong direction.
> It is also easy to do nothing, or to criticize those who are concerned
> about a systemic issue.
This is astounding hubris. You started several threads unprompted and
made many posts this week, which can all be fairly characterised as
criticism without actionable solutions.
How is that usefully distinct from “do nothing”, except for occupying
time in apparently fruitless nagging?
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