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Re: EmacsW32 invocation options

From: Lennart Borgman (gmail)
Subject: Re: EmacsW32 invocation options
Date: Wed, 02 May 2007 17:14:30 +0200
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Juanma Barranquero wrote:
On 5/2/07, Lennart Borgman (gmail) <address@hidden> wrote:

I am sorry if I gave the impression that you and others did not take
part at all. But when I finally gave Emacs client a (logical) structure
that seemed relevant to me I did not get feedback on that.

You *did* get feedback. Some of that feedback said: "it is too late".
Some was "I don't agree with your (logical) structure, I think we
should discuss it a little more". Some of it said "the implementation
is confusing". There was also "it's not that big of an issue, and we
don't want to further delay the issue". Some feedback was silence (and
then Warnock's dilemma apply). Some feedback was positive. You seem to
talk of non-positive feedback as "no feedback".

It is more that the feedback at that time had to be on a more detailed level to be meaningful, at least for me.

And I really
tested different possibilities a lot.

I *know* you invested a lot of effort. Why should that mean that the
answer reached is optimal, or even good?

No, of course not. What I meant was that I perhaps could have added something to your view if you had tried to be more concrete at that time. (I am not sure I remember the details any more.)

I understood it as both a lack of time on your side and that you thought a bit different than I did. That is ok, but it is not my responsibility.

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