chris.gonnerman at newcenturycomputers.net
Tue Feb 12 01:37:51 CET 2002
----- Original Message -----
From: "Jeff Shannon" <jeff at ccvcorp.com>
> Timothy Rue wrote:
> > But then group voting is like a conspiracy huh?
> Only for nonstandard definitions of 'conspiracy'.
> Conspiracy implies secrecy, and imposing the will of the few upon the
> Voting is nonsecret (even if individual votes are secret, the process is
> and implies determining the will of the many (at the possible expense of
> will of the few).
Yes. I apologized (to the list, not to Rue) because the suggestion is,
well, non-Pythonic. Tacky. And I was/am sorry. Jeff has it right here,
though, that it was certainly no conspiracy; and it is the USENET way to
publicly handle such things.
> Then again, we shouldn't be surprised at you using nonstandard definitions
Indeed. He uses a nonstandard definition of "language" and applies
to programming. He can't program, you know; ten years on this project and
nothing to show for it. If I had tried to develop something like this for
ten years and had nothing to show for it but a website, I'd give up.
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