... A community is writing the spec...

Mark S. Miller erights at google.com
Wed Sep 10 06:54:42 PDT 2014

Hi L2L, this message is uninformed that I must ask you to move to another
forum, until you learn a lot more about js and web programming. This is not
the place.
On Sep 10, 2014 6:47 AM, "L2L 2L" <emanuelallen at hotmail.com> wrote:

> .... Yeah I guess I'm pretty late for that huh... No this is great, the
> more feature, the better. A lot of these feature would cause certain
> application not to be needed... In other words, use more of the language
> and less libraries.... Why you at it, how about reviving E4X? That way, we
> can lose the DOM api. After all, if ES was made for the web, than there
> should be method to access the DOM. It could be an object, like how the E4X
> was, but better.
> On another note, this is now becoming the mini-type
> application/JavaScript, than text/JavaScript.
> But consider the E4X though.
> E-S4L
> N-S4L
> On Sep 10, 2014, at 9:35 AM, "Sebastian Zartner" <
> sebastianzartner at gmail.com> wrote:
> I don't see why you're complaining. If you don't like the features in ES6,
> then just don't use them. The features of ES5 are still available.
> If you want to have more strict code, then add a "use strict"; statement
> to your code.
> And if you're against adding more features to the core language, then you
> should have complained several years ago at the planning of ES6.
> Sebastian
> On 10 September 2014 08:12, L2L 2L <emanuelallen at hotmail.com> wrote:
>> This.... These feature--most of them-- would be something I see in the
>> browser api... This is truly looking like w3c working group...
>> ... But I don't see any chance of my words changing the direction of the
>> spec.... Especially when you consider the original designer of the language
>> steering this course...
>> So in term, if you can't beat them, change them, might as well aid them
>> --in what I feel to be In truth, the destruction of the original syntax,
>> by the original creature of the language... Kinda wish they had a flag for
>> these new syntax to be set... At least than, those who are toward the
>> originally syntax style, would feel some sort of preservation for it--
>> In their quest to farther add on to ES as a --application-- language.
>> --as duo to a private email by /be. This to me is not trolling, I'm
>> responding to this person who respond two times to my post... So in terms,
>> I should not have to worry about being banned from the mailing list cause
>> of this message.
>> E-S4L
>> N-S4L
>> On Sep 10, 2014, at 1:17 AM, "Axel Rauschmayer" <axel at rauschma.de> wrote:
>> Now is second half of 2014, and lots of issues are not closed yet, from
>> what I see.
>> The spec already looks pretty complete to me and Traceur and TypeScript
>> do a pretty good job of letting you use ES6 today.
>> As previously announced here, the current schedule is to be finished by
>> the end of the year, to start the publication process in March 2014 and to
>> have a standard by June 2014.
>> I got delusioned as well.
>> Isn't the model of big new editions of spec over; in the times we live
>> now, with two-week frequent releases? I think ES6 will never see the light
>> when taken from this approach. That's why, shouldn't the release policy be
>> changed so that:
>> It has already changed, but not for ES6. ECMAScript 7 and later will have
>> fixed release dates. Only features that are ready at a given date will be
>> included.
>> Background: https://github.com/tc39/ecma262
>> --
>> Dr. Axel Rauschmayer
>> axel at rauschma.de
>> rauschma.de
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