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I have started typing responses only to get about half-way through them and thought, "Wow, this is a cool idea, but I have no idea if it will work." Generally I don't post that sort of message (now) because:

  • it usually doesn't work
  • it's only a cool idea to me
  • there's too many @#$!ing nodes already
For instance, right now I really want to get into the OO-style modifiers for 'sub' discussion, but I've been too busy researching Class:: modules to test any code ideas, so I'm staying out. Chances are that discussion may be worn-out by the time I get back there, but that's better than extra noise right now, IMHO.

My policy for right now is to respond with untested ideas only in very familiar ground, which is Win32 for me.

May the Source be with you.

In reply to Re: Does an idea have value? by Solo
in thread Does an idea have value? by BrowserUk

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