[ANSI-Smalltalk] proposed motto
andres.valloud at gmail.com
Sat Nov 17 23:37:38 GMT 2007
(without having read the whole thread...) I think the best way to address
concerns like these is to encourage participation. At least to me, it is a
clear benefit that different Smalltalk implementations behave similarly
because then porting efforts, particularly those of tools and things that
make our whole development experience easier, become less costly.
On Nov 17, 2007 3:06 PM, Bruce Badger <bwbadger at gmail.com> wrote:
> On 17/11/2007, Peter van Rooijen <peter at vanrooijen.com> wrote:
> > My preference for a motto would probably go to something very short and
> > simple such as:
> > "Smalltalk Application Portability"
> > which has to me the feel both of an ambition (as something to strive
> > and of a goal (as something that can actually be achieved).
> I understood Ralph to be saying that we ought to allay the fears of
> some Squeakers that standards work means placing a limit on the
> vitality and creativity of the Squeak community. Hence the longer
> motos such as Eliot's (which I also happen to rather like btw).
> Peter, are you saying that we should not ignore the Squeakers apparent
> concerns, or address them in a different way?
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