Message from discussion Autocoding project proposal.
Subject: Re: Autocoding project proposal.
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From: Christopher Browne <cbbro...@acm.org>
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Date: Wed, 06 Feb 2002 02:05:05 -0500
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The world rejoiced as se...@plethora.net (Peter Seebach) wrote:
> In article <1372.801T1070T13994028threes...@earthlink.net>,
> Timothy Rue <threes...@earthlink.net> wrote:
>>This way I don't have to try and figure out why you have a problem knowing
>>the difference between what is idea and what is natural law physics. For
>>MS seems to think it own reality. It doesn't!
> This isn't about ownership, it's about finding the community most naturally
> suited to your project. The C# people are the community least contaminated
> by existing notions of software engineering.
Oh, my. Sounds like the Pythonesque "cheese shop" that was completely
uncontaminated by cheese...
If Rue's into Natural Law, then he really should be talking with Doug
Henning and his Yogic Flyers, right?
_Natural Law deputy floats in for visit_
Apparently, having 500 yogic flyers in Parliament (apparently not the
_Canadian_ Parliament, unless Natural Law involves ignoring numbers,
since there aren't 500 seats for parliamentarians) would "guarantee
(concatenate 'string "cbbrowne" "@canada.com")
Visualize whirled peas.