Re: is this sensible?
Le 27.06.2014 03:06, Chris Bannister a écrit :
On Thu, Jun 26, 2014 at 02:17:47PM +0200,
Le 26.06.2014 12:26, Chris Bannister a écrit :
>On Wed, Jun 25, 2014 at 02:26:03PM +0200,
>>This is the problem with non interactive tools: if you do not
>>interactive tool, you do not have real control on it.
>If it is non interactive, then how do you master it?
Knowing exactly what it does, depending on the parameters you gave
Wouldn't they normally be quantitative parameters? I just thought,
minute, that the *true master* would know what to do if it broke
Well, the true master just send a butterfly to the right place, and the
air movements it made plus their consequences allow to position the
correct values on the targeted system.