Bug Tracking System [Was: Re: final thoughts - bug tracking system]

Carl Schmidt cschmidtlib at comcast.net
Tue Sep 20 14:00:07 PDT 2005

Bill Huey (hui) wrote:

On Mon, Sep 19, 2005 at 07:21:58PM -0700, Ben Cadieux wrote:

I think perhaps I'll start with the "XML" comment, since I would argue
that it's the most humorous.  XML is not critical for databases,
that's a "baffling" comment to make.  Besides all the lovely
concurrent access problems, repeatedly parsing a large XML file is not
a particularly good idea unless your goal is to encourage denial of

I'd suggest that you try and understanding what object serialization with
regard to Smalltalk systems. That's circa 1978. Then ask where you where
when all of that stuff was being discussed and how you missed that critical
concept so that your knowledge isn't so dated and barbaric. Then when you
get your attitude adjustment, you'd might listen to folks so that you
actually learn something.


Okay...guys (or maybe girls?)...who cares?

This is the *kernel* list. I don't know why the hell the bug tracking system
post made its way here in the first place. This is a completely stupid 
that you two ought to be having outside of the list. It's Matt's project, he
can do it in whatever language he wants to do it in. You are all 
you can come and go as you please. If you don't like the way things are 
then I'm sure you can find a project that fits your needs, or perhaps 
start your
own, just as Matt did.

I don't know about the rest of you, but I'm here for a reason, because 
the project
interests me. I repeat: *the project* interests me.
Carl Schmidt

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