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Re^3: My preferred version control system is...

by kyle (Abbot)
on May 20, 2008 at 16:54 UTC ( #687629=note: print w/ replies, xml ) Need Help??


in reply to Re^2: My preferred version control system is...
in thread My preferred version control system is...

How could any serious leader consider democracy? It isn't even close to mature and has some serious administrative flaws.

At least monarchy has been around for a while and the underlying structure is well understood.

What is worst about democracy is the inability to make a catastrophic decision disappear. Anyone who argues that giving the government god-like powers is a bad thing (as the restrictive democracy treats the admin like a lowly untrustworthy grasshopper) clearly hasn't worn a crown much where the philosophy is giving enough rope to hang one's enemies.

I've yet to have a convincing argument that democracy is worth looking at for a serious governmental system yet (at least while monarchy is so superior).

(Yes, I know this is somewhat unfair. Nevertheless, it practically wrote itself.)


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Re^4: My preferred version control system is...
by swampyankee (Parson) on May 26, 2008 at 15:29 UTC

    There is, of course,

    use strict; use warnings; use Perlmonks qw/poll/; open(my $from, "<", previous_node('latest poll')) or die "Couldn't fin +d previous_node\n; local $/; my $prev = <$from>; close($from) s/monarchy/Fortran/gi; s/democracy/Perl/gi; print $prev;


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