[RFC/P] Port System Re-Engineering
Aryeh M. Friedman
aryeh.friedman at gmail.com
Mon Dec 3 10:59:07 PST 2007
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Ade Lovett wrote:
> On Dec 03, 2007, at 10:23 , Aryeh M. Friedman wrote:
>> Only 2 are self-reported maintainers and at least 5 admit to not
>> being maintainers... I think your main issue is you are 100% in
>> "there is nothing wrong" camp and for what ever reason want to
>> convience everyone else any effort to say/do differently is
> Please cite where I stated that, or post a retraction.
> I'll thank you for not putting words into my mouth.
The fact you have not made a single constructive contribution and that
all your replies are negative and doomsday'ish is enough evidence.
> You seem unable to grasp even basic statistical fundamentals of
> what a survey entails, and have repeatedly worked on the basis that
> somehow anyone who even points out the simplest of flaws is part
> of the "them" camp.
Not at all there are plenty of responible replies (both public and
privately) that have helped focus the discussions... yours are
negative just to be negative.
> This is not "us vs them". You've decided to take on, as countless
> others before you have done, an attempt at changing status quo
> without providing even the basics, let alone prototypes, as to how
> it *might* be done.
You just admitted you bias so why are you now attempting say that your
not in the "there is nothing wrong" camp.
> Quite frankly, this appears to be nothing more than random
> thoughts, with not even an iota of concrete information to back it
All intial attempts at gathering data are by definition highly
subjective and by definition somewhat random.... the main goal of the
survey is to assist in making a better set of more focused questions.
> Naturally, I can't speak for the FreeBSD community at large, but
> from this keyboards perspective, you're doing nothing other than
> wasting time.
> Prove me wrong. Consider it a challenge.
Trivial... Just did in less then 10 lines of text.
Aryeh M. Friedman
Developer, not business, friendly
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