[Seaside] The Weekly Squeak Summary No. 17: Jan 13 - Mar 22, 2008
ssastre at seaswork.com
Fri Mar 28 15:25:00 UTC 2008
> That was not intended to be a quality rating about about your work,
> indeed I find the weekly Squeak of high quality, there is no need to
> be offended. The reason I wrote this mail to the list instead of the
> news team directly is that we can have a discussion in public and
> everyone who is interested can post his opinion.
Then please meditate about using a more intelligent way to generate controversy.
> What made me write this mail is that to me:
> - Seaside is not about promoting Smalltalk
> - Seaside is not about the Squeak "environment" (EToys, Shopie,
> Croquet, Scratch, OLPC, SqueakLand, research project X, ...)
> to me Seaside is a web framework for Smalltalk who runs on
> Squeak. Period.
Is good to see you clarifying you are speaking for yourself because that’s very different of the "we" word you lightly used and everybody read in your original reply to the news team.
> Who ever is interested in the Weekly Squeak can read it directly or
> via RSS feed. If we have a weekly Squeak on this list, shouldn't we
> have a weekly Cincom Smalltalk, Dolphin Smalltalk, Gemstone Smalltalk
> and GNU Smalltalk as well? If we had all these would that still be
> appropriate? What's the reasoning for not posting on the Magma and
> Exupery lists as well?
If they are publishing Seaside cases or platform improvments which directly benefit Seaside projects you think is not appropriate? If so you better delete the mail from your inbox because I bet lot of people here would be interested.
> Or to make an other example. Would you find it appropriate if the Sun
> news team would post the weekly Java in the mailinglist of Tapestry?
Is amazingly sad you are trying to convince people by comparing Sun Microsystems to Squeak. And you made it public. You are an important member of this community and to see this is for me a real pity. A real public shoot in the foot who helps nobody.
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