Python 3.0 migration plans?
erik at myemma.com
Fri Sep 28 23:36:43 CEST 2007
On Sep 28, 2007, at 3:00 PM, TheFlyingDutchman wrote:
> On Sep 28, 12:45 pm, George Sakkis <george.sak... at gmail.com> wrote:
>> On Sep 28, 3:29 pm, TheFlyingDutchman <zzbba... at aol.com> wrote:
>>> One issue I have with this group and that I encountered many
>>> years ago
>>> in the Perl group is that there is no separate group
>>> comp.lang.python.beginner where you can ask questions without
>>> hit with RTFM! and the like.
>> Which shows once again that you're trying to break the world
>> record of
>> being wrong in as many sentences as possible:
>> You would do yourself (and others) a favor by migrating there for a
>> few weeks or months.
> Being in a land where every nit can be picked, I am surprised that you
> offered up a mailing list when I was asking for a newsgroup.
I'm usually pretty quiet on this list. That's what I find is the
best way to participate. However, I'm going to have to speak up and
point out that that response is exactly the type of comment and/or
reasoning that everyone here is trying to explain to you. The
resources are available for you to educate yourself. Semantic
arguments such as this are, at best, at a junior high level. You are
completely free to ask any question (about Python) you want here --
just don't argue with the people giving you the answers. And, to
address the actual content of that response: nobody, online or off,
in newsgroups or on mailing lists, likes a nitpick. So, please,
quit. I'd prefer you didn't leave and, instead, decided to actually,
actively get along with the others here. I think some of the
question you've begun threads with have been both good and valid.
It's just that you need some work on your e-people skills, man.
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