[Haskell-cafe] The Lisp Curse
dons00 at gmail.com
Thu May 19 21:58:50 CEST 2011
This is classic community trolling behavior, Andrew.
You post something inflammatory, questioning the core value of our
project, without a clear argument about why it article relevant, and
then step away to let a monster thread consume everything, as people
try to work out what your point was, not trying to argue a point, or
other wise participate.
Doing this, year after year, is bad for -cafe@ and bad for the
community, and why I don't use -cafe@ for problem solving anymore.
I'm glad my mail reader has a "mute" button.
On Thu, May 19, 2011 at 12:39 PM, Stephen Tetley
<stephen.tetley at gmail.com> wrote:
> Och Mr Coppin
> Lisp is a fine language, but all "Lisp" essays you'll find on the
> internet except Richard Gabriel's "Worse is Better" are absolute tosh.
> Read Olin Shiver's introduction to SRE regex notation for an
> intelligent contribution to the "6 different libraries" problem you
> seem to be having, rather than some cargo cultist muddy thinking.
> By the way, referencing the original article circa half way down -
> didn't Mark P. Jones write Gofer and the original Hugs by himself -
> people actually used those rather than Qi.
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