[RANT] Come on people! ;)
lecteur at zogotounga.net
Thu Dec 16 17:49:03 UTC 2004
>>To put this into the right view we have to think about the question: Who
>>will use Squeak? and not: What do I personally like?
> No. :) In fact - we do not *have* to do anything. Open source just
> doesn't work that way, not in my experience.
> Everyone focus on what they personally like and that is *all right*.
>>or: What may this
>>community like? Serving the biggest group will grow and therefore
>>advance Squeak the most and at the end of the day benefit each of us the
> Nope. :) There simply is no incentive for us to try to "serve the
> biggest group".
> My motivation for working on Squeak is not to attract as many people as
> possible. Definitely not.
> It is to make Squeak the most exquisite computing tool that I can
> imagine *for my needs*.
hey goran, no offend intended, but reading this exchange makes me feel
that you should resign as a Guide. or what is a Guide then ? please read
again your own words, and I expect you will find you were a bit too far
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