On Mon, Feb 8, 2010 at 4:41 AM, e-letter <inpost@gmail.com> wrote:
Programmers who cannot tolerate users for posting bugs should refuse
to use software in the public domain. Why not fork jedit into a
'programmers only' sub-standard version, distribute privately amongst
yourselves. Don't test, don't document and under no circumstances
allow those stupid non-programmer end-users any access to the
'programmers only' version. Better still, distribute the 'programmers
only' version with a single brand computer, to guarantee excellent
performance and perfect quality code, where bugs will never, never

Why does it seem that the most rabid complainers are usually the ones who refuse to help and complain when people don't do things for them?



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