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Re^8: -Ofun times

by salva (Monsignor)
on Apr 15, 2014 at 08:14 UTC ( #1082321=note: print w/ replies, xml ) Need Help??


in reply to Re^7: -Ofun times
in thread -Ofun times

Any average PM will tell you why it is important to keep your enthusiasm in control to finish of your current goals.

Yea, and any average PM would also tell you that in order to get some long term project done, you need to get people motivated. Most of (all?) the people working on Perl 6 does it just for fun, and they are entitled to do whatever they want with their free time and follow the path that betters suits their guts.

If you don't like that, start sending money to the project so we can change the motivation factor from fun to money. Or just contribute your time and do that parts that you thing that should be done now.

Otherwise, just shut up, please!


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Re^9: -Ofun times
by Anonymous Monk on Apr 15, 2014 at 08:28 UTC

    Otherwise, just shut up, please!

    You have that backwards :)

    If you don't like hearing feedback on perlmonks, stop soliciting feedback on perlmonks

    14 years is long enough for everybody to get tired of hearing two weeks blah blah blah

    And this other anonymous is very civil, kesps poking holes with logic instead of just yelling and swearing

      I am not involved in Perl 6 development in any way. That feedback is just not for me.

      I am just some monk here tired of seeing people tell others what to do with their time.

        I am just some monk here tired of seeing people tell others what to do with their time.

        So you yell at them and tell them to send money?

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