On Aug 12, 2005, at 3:48 AM, Goffioul Michael wrote:
> This is a development list, please keep your flamewar off-list.
> FYI, being a developer, I find your attitude unconstructive
> and this gives me a lot of feeling, but surely not the willing
> to help you.
> Juanjo develops ECL on his free time, he's not paid for it and
> give it for free for everybody. He doesn't owe you anything,
> and surely not spending his holidays looking at your problem
> (although he's always helping, if asked nicely). If you don't
> agree with this development model, you're still free to switch
> to a commercial LISP implementation where you can complain as
> much as you want, because you paid for. Otherwise, you should
> be a little bit more patient, realize it's summer time and that
> people can have other activities.
>> No sir, I am not dragging anything. I'm simply trying
>> to get someone to help me with ecl on Solaris 10. He
>> is the one responding to my *public* cries for help
>> (not directed to him, since he is obviously too busy
>> to help) with a bunch of unfounded accusations. If you
>> don't like it, don't read it. That's why these mails
>> have titles. Duh.
>> --- Dennis Taylor <dennis@...> wrote:
>>> On Thu, Aug 11, 2005 at 02:17:49PM -0700, Eric
>>>> Now there's an important piece of information that
>>> you are oh so busy
>>>> that you don't have time to convey. But you have
>>> plenty of time to
>>>> argue with people.
>>> Speaking of "unprofessional"... You are dragging a
>>> grievance into a public forum where it doesn't
>>> belong, and being
>>> excruciatingly rude about it in the process. Please
>>> continue your
>>> whinging recriminations off-list.
>>> Dennis Taylor "Remember, high-tech
>>> means `breaks down next
>>> dennis@... week', while cutting
>>> edge means `breaks down
>>> PGP key ID: 0x42F99A11 this afternoon.'" --
>>> Bruce Sterling
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