Re: Standardization, large scale changes, innovations
On Thu, Mar 25 2010, Raphael Hertzog wrote:
> those questions are for all candidates. By standardization I mean that
> something should be used as default tool unless reasons exist to use
> something else
This is great!! perhaps we can get rid of the abomination that
is vi and get everyone to use the one true editor all at once.
What did you say? What difference does it make what tool is used
when the result is equal? What a silly idea. The concept that rules and
policies dictate interfaces and standards rather than implementation
seem so antiquated. In the name of standardization we can stifle all
variation and innovation.
Ah, needless conformity, the hobgoblin of ...
The Official Colorado State Vegetable is now the "state legislator".
Manoj Srivastava <firstname.lastname@example.org> <http://www.golden-gryphon.com/>
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