Re: [PHP-DEV] Re: [RFC] Arrow functions / short closures

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April 11, 2019 16:38 robehickman@gmail.com (Robert Hickman)
@M. W. Moe If you don't like the java-isms you can ignore them to a
large extent, which I do. However in doing so you're going against the
grain and will end up writing a lot of stuff yourself. I do find it
weird how PHP has morphed so drastically from it's origins and also
wander why. If people wanted a Java-esque language, why not use Java
in the first place?

This discussion is off topic.

On Thu, 11 Apr 2019 at 17:15, Benjamin Morel morel@gmail.com> wrote:
> > > why? if voicing reasonable criticisms is bothering you; then you should > do something else in life; > > because engineering is built on this `very` concept; > > You're very welcome to challenge the "java impurities" that have been a > foundation of the language for 15 years—although you may better invest your > own time by switching to another language that's already closer to what you > expect. > > But calling people pigs when they disagree with you is not what I'd call > reasonable criticism. > > > I am not in the apex or any emotional trend; it does not interest me. > > Oh that's exactly the impression you've left so far.
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April 11, 2019 17:41 mo.mu.wss@gmail.com ("M. W. Moe")
@Robert Hickman

yes somehow that's a valid conclusion; however, I can walk and talk; it
does not
bother me at all; I like distractions.

You have a nice day.

On Thu, Apr 11, 2019 at 9:38 AM Robert Hickman <robehickman@gmail.com>
wrote:

> @M. W. Moe If you don't like the java-isms you can ignore them to a > large extent, which I do. However in doing so you're going against the > grain and will end up writing a lot of stuff yourself. I do find it > weird how PHP has morphed so drastically from it's origins and also > wander why. If people wanted a Java-esque language, why not use Java > in the first place? > > This discussion is off topic. > > On Thu, 11 Apr 2019 at 17:15, Benjamin Morel morel@gmail.com> > wrote: > > > > > why? if voicing reasonable criticisms is bothering you; then you should > > do something else in life; > > > because engineering is built on this `very` concept; > > > > You're very welcome to challenge the "java impurities" that have been a > > foundation of the language for 15 years—although you may better invest > your > > own time by switching to another language that's already closer to what > you > > expect. > > > > But calling people pigs when they disagree with you is not what I'd call > > reasonable criticism. > > > > > I am not in the apex or any emotional trend; it does not interest me. > > > > Oh that's exactly the impression you've left so far. >
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April 11, 2019 17:48 mo.mu.wss@gmail.com ("M. W. Moe")
@Benjamin Morel

you must certainly have basic comprehension troubles; read me back; it is
public; keep for yourself your
emotional false projections to myself and infantile behaviors to yourself;
I would never dare simply by following
the basic rules of education; maybe english grammar should introduce a
point of `ironism`; would help or not.

You have a good day; thank you.

On Thu, Apr 11, 2019 at 10:41 AM M. W. Moe wss@gmail.com> wrote:

> @Robert Hickman > > yes somehow that's a valid conclusion; however, I can walk and talk; it > does not > bother me at all; I like distractions. > > You have a nice day. > > On Thu, Apr 11, 2019 at 9:38 AM Robert Hickman <robehickman@gmail.com> > wrote: > >> @M. W. Moe If you don't like the java-isms you can ignore them to a >> large extent, which I do. However in doing so you're going against the >> grain and will end up writing a lot of stuff yourself. I do find it >> weird how PHP has morphed so drastically from it's origins and also >> wander why. If people wanted a Java-esque language, why not use Java >> in the first place? >> >> This discussion is off topic. >> >> On Thu, 11 Apr 2019 at 17:15, Benjamin Morel morel@gmail.com> >> wrote: >> > >> > > why? if voicing reasonable criticisms is bothering you; then you >> should >> > do something else in life; >> > > because engineering is built on this `very` concept; >> > >> > You're very welcome to challenge the "java impurities" that have been a >> > foundation of the language for 15 years—although you may better invest >> your >> > own time by switching to another language that's already closer to what >> you >> > expect. >> > >> > But calling people pigs when they disagree with you is not what I'd call >> > reasonable criticism. >> > >> > > I am not in the apex or any emotional trend; it does not interest me.. >> > >> > Oh that's exactly the impression you've left so far. >> >
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April 11, 2019 18:48 mdwheele@ncsu.edu (Dustin Wheeler)
On Thu, Apr 11, 2019 at 1:48 PM M. W. Moe wss@gmail.com> wrote:
> > @Benjamin Morel > > you must certainly have basic comprehension troubles; read me back; it is > public; keep for yourself your > emotional false projections to myself and infantile behaviors to yourself; > I would never dare simply by following > the basic rules of education; maybe english grammar should introduce a > point of `ironism`; would help or not. > > You have a good day; thank you. >
Hello internals, I am ALL for academic discourse and constructive criticism. This value system has gotten many folks far in life and produces a better product, which I know we all want. However, mo.mu.wss@gmail.com's behaviour on this list is not the type of academic discourse or constructive criticism that inspires individuals to contribute and share their knowledge, in my opinion. mo.mu.wss@gmail.com: could you please temper your language to consider that a human is on the receiving end of your comments. Could you keep your comments within the realm of the RFC discussion-at-hand and away from personal or hyperbolic illustrative language? This RFC is really straight-forward and really, really well documented, prepared and presented. I perceive your hyperbole as a disrespect to the time of contributors to the project and to this thread. Please, temper your language. I hesitate to single you out (as there are other non-ideal behaviours; certainly on this list, but particularly in this thread), but in my opinion, you are the individual with the power to bring us back to a productive discussion. Thanks! -Dustin -- Dustin Wheeler | Software Developer NC State University mdwheele@ncsu.edu "If you don't know where you're going, it's easy to iteratively not get there."