Re: threads (was Re: filesystems)
chiusano_joseph@b... (Chiusano Joseph) writes: ><Quote1> >I think you would be well-served to read the materials referenced by >threads before promoting yet another specification of only tangential >value. ></Quote1> > >I think you would be well-served to read specifications before judging >them as being of only "tangential value". Relative to the content of the thread discussion, I'd say "tangential" was being too generous. Maybe I should have added "to the thread" to the end of that sentence for additional clarity? ><Quote2> >Just don't do it in the guise of being helpful ></Quote2> > >I think you're really blowing this out of context - there was no >"guise" here. It felt like you were selling something vaguely connected to what I was actually looking for. That may be my perception, but it does little to encourage me to give you the benefit of the doubt. ><Quote3> >It feels to me like working the room ></Quote3> > >I am not the one flailing about articles written 5 years ago when there >are so many up-to-the-minute developments to keep abreast of. The thread began with a citation of a recent paper: http://cda.mrs.umn.edu/~mine0057/fs.pdf James replied with a comment about his 1999 work: http://lists.xml.org/archives/xml-dev/200307/msg00426.html You might read the thread before making additional meta-comments about its content, never mind reading the references. ><Quote4> >Starting new threads is probably a good idea in general here anyway. ></Quote4> > >I will not waste any listserv member's time by contributing any more to >this thread. Feel free to reply away all you like. :) I'm happy to stop here.
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