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Re^14: The current state of Perl6

by petdance (Parson)
on Apr 20, 2010 at 16:23 UTC ( #835815=note: print w/ replies, xml ) Need Help??


in reply to Re^13: The current state of Perl6
in thread The current state of Perl6

I distribute some of them. Do I need to do something more to win your approval?

It's not a matter of my approval at all. However, I suspect you'll find that your opinions about what work should be done are given more credence by those doing the work when you're helping shoulder that burden rather than taking shots from the side.

So where are these distributed programs?

xoxo,
Andy


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Re^15: The current state of Perl6
by Anonymous Monk on Apr 20, 2010 at 21:21 UTC

    what does he prove if he shows you that code ? I find this pointless.

    given more credence by those doing the work when you're helping shoulder that burden rather than taking shots from the side.

    I don't view this thread as taking shots from the side , let me reiterate what he wrote so I can enforce educated_foo's point of view

    The problem I have with how you spend your time is that it makes so much noise per unit of useful work. Here, have a cookie. Meanwhile, the people who make Perl worth using have been applying several patches per day without any blog noise.

    Now what the guy is saying here is that chromatic is making a lot of fuss about patching 2 lines of POD and stuff like that.

    but it is probably in chromatic's nature to speak about these little success stories he has. or maybe he needs approval ... I really don't know

      Now what the guy is saying here is that chromatic is making a lot of fuss about patching 2 lines of POD and stuff like that.

      But so what if chromatic makes a lot of fuss about patching two lines of POD? Whether that's true or not, how in the world can that be seen as a problem?

      xoxo,
      Andy

Re^15: The current state of Perl6
by educated_foo (Vicar) on Apr 21, 2010 at 01:14 UTC
    So where are these distributed programs?
    On CPAN, and in Debian. When users report bugs, I fix them. Some people use them, even though they're not as trendy or publicized as ack.

      Oooh, "trendy". Am I responsible for hipster software?

      xoxo,
      Andy

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