[Seaside] Four proposals to improve Seaside

Conrad Taylor conradwt at gmail.com
Mon Apr 20 19:41:50 UTC 2009

Hi, I would like to say that your comments and criticisms haven't done
anything to nurture/evolve the Seaside framework. Furthermore, if you feel
so strongly about the short comings of the Seaside framework, why haven't
you done one of the following:
a) presented argument(s) in a constructive manner
b) contributed code
c) submitted bug/enhancement requests
d) all of the above

You'll never be heard until you can do at least one of the above.  Next, a
blog is a cool thing to have but I wouldn't create one with rhetoric in the
hopes to get something changed that's managed elsewhere.  Finally, I hope
that the blog works out for you and I should create one too to let my doctor
know that she has been doing an awesome job.  Oh wait, I can just call my
doctor.  OK, I can create a blog to let Apple know about a cool enhancement
that I would like added to one of their Cocoa APIs.  Oh wait, I can submit
an enhancement request directly to Apple because they will not waste their
time going to my website to track issues within their software.

Just my 2 cents,


On Mon, Apr 20, 2009 at 10:04 AM, <TheSmalltalkBlog at gmx.ch> wrote:

>  There are 4 new concrete technical proposals how to improve Seaside and
> one more comment on my blog:
> http://thesmalltalkblog.blogspot.com
> Comments and critics welcome!
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