[squeak-dev] I wish retake old good practice

Nicolas Cellier nicolas.cellier.aka.nice at gmail.com
Wed Mar 10 13:12:25 UTC 2010

2010/3/10 keith <keith_hodges at yahoo.co.uk>:
>> Please do *not* take release discussion off this list. It was not "good
>> practice". Instead, it was one of the reasons that the larger community had
>> no idea what was going on. Everyone here should be interested in the next
>> release so it makes no sense to take it off squeak-dev.
>> - Bert -
> It is good practice, and it was the decision that was made after the 3.9
> arguments that caused the 3.9 team so much pain. Those who do not learn from
> history are doomed to repeat it.
> What is not good practice is to arbitrarily ignore the good practice that
> was in place before.
> If the discussions about 3.11 had happened on the release list then the
> whole debacle would not have happened in the first place. We would have had
> a chance to explain to Andreas why his back of a fag packet idea he knocked
> up over the weekend wasn't any good.
> Keith

You already told us what you think, didn't you ?
maybe you should introduce slight variations :
   "was theoretically not any good..."
and then some could answer,:
    "but practically not that bad..."


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