|Perl: the Markov chain saw|
Re^4: Hockey Sticksby raiph (Hermit)
|on Jan 17, 2012 at 20:09 UTC||Need Help??|
I have neither the time or energy to continue to devote to making a usable Perl 6 happen.
And yet you have the time and energy to complain, at length, repeating the same points, even when you've seen reasonable rebuttals supported by irrefutable evidence?
Volunteers will work on what volunteers want to work on, and if they want to do only the fun things, so be it.
You're repeating an accusation that has been repeatedly denied, with clear evidence to back up those denials.
It seems you did not understand why I inserted the "Late, fat, and ugly" piece above. I'll grant it was subtle. Please click the link if you wish to put things in perspective.
"Professional embarrassment"? Really?
You tell me. What is going on for you? I thought you claimed you persuaded others to start building a business product based on Perl 6 earlier than your partners thought wise:
"the bitter irony that said partner wasn't even keen on starting the project, as I am the only one among us who but the opportunity cost of watching and waiting was minimal." (from Waiting for a Product, not a Compiler)So I thought your current perspective would therefore naturally be something akin to professional embarrassment.