From: Joel de Guzman (joel_at_[hidden])
Date: 2005-10-17 05:46:52
David Abrahams wrote:
> Joel de Guzman <joel_at_[hidden]> writes:
>>>I *really* don't have an opinion about what the right choice should
>>>be. That said, terms like gobbledegook seem needlessly judgemental,
>>>and as such I think they only cloud the issues.
>>But, IMO, it *is* unclear and wordy jargon (http://tinyurl.com/954xg)
>>I find the explanation very difficult to follow.
> I know what "gobbledegook" means; it's highly pejorative. A link to
> the explanation in question would be more useful here.
Oh, I forgot:
To this day, I'm still befuddled at the explanation.
Then, again, I did not mean to belittle anyone, especially
>>>I'd really like to see a careful and non-judgemental comparison of the
>>>two possible design choices, describing the advantages and
>>>disadvantages of each one. Until we see something like that, I doubt
>>>we will be able to come to a useful consensus.
> So who will prepare that comparison?
I'm too biased. I'd rather leave it to someone else to do
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