Linux and After
sarah.reichelt at gmail.com
Thu Jun 28 00:31:54 CDT 2007
This appears to be another post to the list from "Last Post" Bob. To
paraphrase the late great Douglas Adams: "Ah. This must be some new
meaning of the word "last" I was previously unaware of."
Bob seems to be back, so everyone needs to be careful. Unfortunately,
trying to help him can be very harmful.
On 6/28/07, Bob Warren <bobwarren at howsoft.com> wrote:
> A few of my hopes:
> 1. Rev have committed themselves to substantiating their support for
> Linux which began about 2 years ago. Quite right. No self-respecting RAD
> programming system can do without it nowadays. I hope that release 2.9
> that is planned to actualize Linux is the best release ever.
> 2. Thereafter, I hope that Rev's production becomes regularized and is
> therefore more comfortable for those doing the production.
> 3. I hope that fewer bugs are produced and that beta testing is quicker
> and simpler for everyone.
> 4. I hope that bugfixes can be returned to users as soon as they are ready.
> 5. I hope that documentation is even more complete, so that users
> (especially new ones) can maintain their dignity by not having to ask
> for personal help regarding simple fundamentals.
> 6. I hope that Rev's product is as successful in the future as we all
> know it has the potential to be.
> 7. I hope that as a result of achieving the above, discussion about
> these aspects will no longer be necessary.
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