herby at mailbox.sk
Fri Mar 16 14:39:40 PDT 2012
Brendan Eich wrote:
> I noted to Jeremy that even his classes gist snuck in a novelty or two
> (the one I remember is class <expr> evaluating <expr> and copying it
> somehow). We need to avoid novelty, while accepting that doing so is to
> some extent future-hostile because present-friendly.
Could you please make this clearer, if you can? I do not understand it
fully, but what I understood so far (maybe mistakenly), I am afraid of.
You say no brand new idea has chance to get in, since it is not known
what it brings in the future? I am kind of person that believes in crazy
(read: really different) ideas can push things through... but
nevertheless, what did you mean more exactly by this paragraph?
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