Are some es-discuss submissions automatically blocked?

David Bruant bruant.d at gmail.com
Mon Nov 7 12:48:26 PST 2011


Le 06/11/2011 15:37, Axel Rauschmayer a écrit :
> Claus Reinke could not submit his js-tools discussion group
> announcement (interestingly, I could do it for him). And the email I
> appended underneath my signature never got through. Can someone
> explain the blocking criteria?
I have experienced similar problems at some point. I don't know what the
blocking criteria is. Maybe an anti-spam trying to be smarter than it is?

David

>
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>
> Axel
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> Subject: Fixing one last quirk
>
> With Allen's "decoupling [ ] and property access for collections" [1],
> all of the JavaScript quirks that I can think of will be fixed in
> ECMAScript.next (including, hopefully, typeof null). Except for one:
> solving dynamic `this` is still in limbo (as far as I can tell).
>
> It would be really nice if it could be fixed for ES.next, it is
> surprisingly easy to get it wrong.
>
> Any thoughts? For me, lambda blocks would do the trick. Will those be
> in ES.next? Could functions adopt their semantics of picking up the
> `this` of the surrounding scope when not invoked as methods? It seems
> like that could work in strict mode where no one expects `this` to
> have a value.
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