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pmattingly at mail.csuchico.edu
Tue Oct 21 17:26:53 EDT 2008
Again, I truly did not mean to "snark" (is that a verb now?), I just "wrote
angry"; Not necessarily about the subject at hand, if that makes any sense.
I do write well, I've worked very hard to become so. So I would like to
contribute one of my stronger skills (writing) while working on
understanding ReportLab (a weaker skill). In fact I believe it would be
conducive to the process of learning about ReportLab, as I would have to
gain a thorough knowledge of various topics in order to write knowledgeably
On Sat, Oct 18, 2008 at 4:24 AM, Roberto Alsina
<ralsina at netmanagers.com.ar>wrote:
> On Saturday 18 October 2008 01:43:43 Peter Mattingly wrote:
> > I would like to see the documentation submission process streamlined in
> > some fashion, I believe that writing programmatic constructs is too much
> > ask for simple changes in language. Though I do see the point for
> > examples, teaching code, etc.
> > I mention Wiki's because I believe they would be a good solution to the
> > problem of making the documentation more community oriented and would
> > the bar for submissions. I certainly did not mean to imply anything
> > negative by offering my opinion on wiki's!
> > I think that point of Roberto's was pretty bizzarre, but I wanted to
> > it anyway in case anyone got the wrong idea.
> You are right. Rereading your original post, the part about wikis is
> the more reasonable one. I was just tired of eating snarkiness for 50
> paragraphs and let that colour my perception.
> As you said: "Nerd's aren't good at writing, in general. Me being the
> ("\''/").__..-''"`-. . Roberto Alsina
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> Debugging is twice as hard as writing the code in the first place.
> Therefore, if you write the code as cleverly as possible, you are,
> by definition, not smart enough to debug it. --Brian W. Kernighan
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