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Emile van Sebille emile at
Wed Nov 3 20:37:26 CET 2010

On 11/3/2010 11:49 AM Tim Harig said...

> A large part of the reason that the issue keeps coming up is that the
> community never really deals with it when it does.  I have enough customer
> support experience to know that a client is never really satisfied until
> you acknowledge their problem.

Then you likely also have enough experience to know that once the 
customer has made the decision you accept their call.  As a consultant 
you move on after having done your duty bringing the issue to light. 
The same applies here -- it's not changing, so you (generic you) accept 
it and move on.  The community has dealt with the issue by acknowledging 
that differing opinions exist and the BDFL makes the final call, which 
is certainly something the community accepts.  I imagine a PEP could be 
submitted suggesting change, and it hasn't been done because the outcome 
is certain.

Otherwise, there's always whython...


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