This Sebastian is a lead or the
lead developer of catalyst
, nowadays one of the most celebrated Perl applications. It is sad to see things like this happens.
I also kind of read a few about this story, and if I understood correctly, the main debate point on which those two experts disagreed was "Multiple Inheritance Vs. Delegation", I tried to search the mailing list myself but I failed to find any useful postthat will elaborate each developer point of view on the topic, and you know, I would really like to learn what they thought, without the rants, the flames and the insults.
Anyway, I am sure I will come accross the same debate elsewhere, and hopefully the discussion will be amongst experienced developers
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