michael at stroeder.com
Sat Aug 4 02:00:52 CEST 2001
Tim Rowe wrote:
> When you want to fix "mistakes", why do you
> think you get howls of protest? It's because for /some/ of us those are
> not mistakes at all, they're Just The Way It Should Be.
> The changes are
> not improving the language, they're just shuffling around the marketplace,
> and it's in serious danger of never staying in one market sector for long
> enough to take off as well as it should (because it really is a delight to
> work with).
Very valid argument!
> You have lots of good ideas and suggestions from others. /Please/ don't
> change Python to accommodate them all; it would spoil it. Put them into a
> /new/ language.
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