The Problems of Perl: The Future of Bugzilla
aaron.trevena at gmail.com
Tue May 15 20:26:13 UTC 2007
On 15/05/07, Myk Melez <myk at mozilla.org> wrote:
> Aaron Trevena wrote:
> > I didn't troll - I added 2 entries to python cons, and toned down some
> > of the hyperbole - in fact my modifications to python cons are pretty
> > much unchanged, because they weren't trolling.
> This constitutes trolling in my book:
> "Apparently Max's contributions are sancrosanct because even if they are
> debunked, incorrect, entirely subjective or just plain trolling they
> can't be removed from the wiki page itself on penalty of locking the
> page and throwing toys out of the pram."
> And this comes close:
> "yes. learn about context. it's not rocket science - anybody finding
> this hard would have a terrible time with a strictly typed language."
Undiplomatic, yes. But I wouldn't call it trolling - I suppose that's
subjective - like 90% of the language discussion page (for and against
every language) ;)
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