From: Matt Austern (austern_at_[hidden])
Date: 2005-06-15 16:19:34
On 5/27/05, David Abrahams <dave_at_[hidden]> wrote:
> Tony Juricic <tonygeek_at_[hidden]> writes:
> > Reading the latest SR1 proposal to C++ standard, explained in recent
> > article by some Google corporate entity, I could not but feel sad:
> > Here we have corporate advertisers, pretending to be open source
> > developers, defending half-assed, miniscule additions to C++ standards
> > as a big improvenent.
> > Shame to Google and Boost and C++ standards commitee. IMO, you deserve
> > as much respect as Microsoft corporate develpoers.
> Your post is almost completely unintelligible. The only clear thing
> about it is that it's a scurrilous attack, which of course is quite
> destructive in itself.
I suspect it's a reference to the article I published in DDJ recently, which
discussed TR1 and mentioned Boost.
FWIW, I can think of a few Microsoft engineers who deserve a good deal more
respect than I do. There are some very good people working there.
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