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- Subject: Re: Ruby philosophy vs Lua philosophy
- From: Miles Bader <miles@...>
- Date: Thu, 28 Feb 2013 15:06:25 +0900
Andrew Starks <email@example.com> writes:
> to say that Linus, the 'L' in Linux, doesn't play a critical role in
> that community's success, and that he doesn't do so by picking
> winners and losers from time to time is revisionist, at best. Ex:
> github, the scheduler...,
[Presuming you meant to reply to my reply to you]
Obviously Linus is a big part of Linux's success, but there are other
reasons as well. Thus Aaron's observation.
> It was about the observation that the lack of
> enforced... anything, suits the world that Lua serves very well:
> people who need to control the abstractions and define their own
Who's talking about "enforcement"...?
AFAICT, the only thing being considered here is a little bit more
organization / tooling...
I'd rather be consing.