It isn't an argument against nextgen
, it is an argument against defaults. Why aren't they your cup of tea?
would be the question that would permit me to make nextgen
better, unfortunately I didn't ask that. Instead, I brought to light the weak merits of arguing against defaults, and against a method that tried to better them.
And, not respecting one argument does not mean that I do not respect the opinions of others. I respect that he won't use my module because he prefers to replicate boiler plate code through editor macros (for some value of respect), that doesn't mean that the source argument against implicitly doing what you want is a good one, especially for the perl community.