Being unjust

Paul Rubin http
Wed Jan 18 21:24:28 CET 2006

skip at writes:
> Even your technique narrows the list of candidates down to one, that
> doesn't solve the problem.  There is a certain "stamp of approval"
> implicit with inclusion in the standard library.  It's thus a fairly
> important decision to get at least approximately right.

Yes, but something completely unsuitable shouldn't be on the list in
the first place.  The main point is there aren't a million packages to
worry about, there are a handful, and that can probably be quickly
narrowed down to even fewer.  Once that's done, the remaining
candidates can be considered in more depth.

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