Autocoding project proposal.

Timothy Rue threeseas at earthlink.net
Wed Feb 6 05:54:13 CET 2002


On 03-Feb-02 23:18:30 Sam Holden <sholden at pgrad.cs.usyd.edu.au> wrote:
>On Mon, 04 Feb 2002 00:00:49 GMT, Timothy Rue <threeseas at earthlink.net>
>wrote:
>>On 30-Jan-02 23:23:31 Sam Holden <sholden at pgrad.cs.usyd.edu.au> wrote:
>>
>>>This is a discuss group (gnu,misc.discuss anyway). It is not a place to
>>>seek coding help. If you don't want a debate don't post to a discussion
>>>forum. If comp.lang.python is like every other comp.lang group I know then
>>>it is also not a place to seek coding help - other than specific language
>>>problems
>>>(such as how do I convert a string into a number?).
>>
>>>You just don't understand how programmers work. And until you do you
>>>won't find many willing to help you. In fact if someone did think your
>>>ideas were good they would probably just fork your code and do it
>>>themselves without your involvement - since you seem to be going out of
>>>your way to turn
>>> people off your project.
>>
>>
>>Don't like the idea of autocoding huh?

>Actually I have no opinion on it at all. I don't have time to get involved in
>a project at the moment, and thuis I haven't tried to understand your long
>explanations of what it is.

>Since I don't know what it actually is, I don't know if I like or don't
>like the idea.

>If it is something that will help non-programmers better use the
>computer resources they have access to without having to learn how
>to program, then it would actually be something I would be interested
>in - since that is an area I am interested in.

>If it is that old assembler type thing then I'm not intersted since
>that is an area I have no interest in.

>If it is to do with autocoder by Smart Software Company, then I'm also
>not interested, as automating open ended questions is not something I
>personally find interesting.

>I only posted to try and help you better communicate with programmers, and
>if your reply is anything to go by you didn;t bother reading my advice,
>or didn't think it was valid. Since your reply has not generated
>any interest in me (a programmer) for your project - but that really
>doesn't matter, as as I said, I'm busy at the moment.


>Sam Holden


And so is the logic failure of a programmer.


You don't have the time to find out if I'm on to something that would
interest you or not, yet you are arrogant enough to give advice regarding
something you don't know about because you don't have the time to find out
if what I'm on to is something you'd be interested in or not.

Full circle!

My first post had links that would have eliminated your multipul choice
list above. But you don't have time for that, do you?

What advice?

Here some for you. Start thinking logically!

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