[Seaside] Re: [squeak-dev] Re: [Pharo-project] SqueakSource AND
SmalltalkHub down ; )
davorin.rusevljan at gmail.com
Wed Apr 20 13:27:15 UTC 2011
On Wed, Apr 20, 2011 at 3:13 PM, Sebastian Sastre
<sebastian at flowingconcept.com> wrote:
> Sort of... clarifying:
> 1. not being at all where people is, is actually an issue (from the social POV is a primary issue, from the technical POV is a secondary issue) and
> 2. commenting at method level is an issue (because we are inefficient in "using society" to help code in projects get better (also to convert newcomers easier)).
> If the code isn't exposed (visible in the UI) then we are not socializing code.
> Which leads to this question:
> If we aren't socializing code in a world that is
> 1. getting more social (at near-light-speed) and
> 2. more connected (faster than light)...
> then how you can say (and keep your face straight) that you are "inventing the future"?
> You are not. Not one the world is clearly demanding (so you'll not have an expanding market, you'll have a shrinking market)
> It's only me that see things like this here?
err.. some big (buzz)words for me, but:
1) agree that non presence on github is big issue
2) building something like github, but for smalltalk only could be:
a) huge task
b) maintenance hog
c) may result in functionality less stellar than expected because
of a + b, and as result worsening 1
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