Sat Jan 8 00:15:01 EST 2005
>>>>> "Marc" == Marc Feeley <feeley at IRO.UMontreal.CA> writes:
Marc> We have to get back on track. Modules are the number one priority.
Marc> The discussion on modules has not moved since november. My conclusion
Marc> is that the two "camps" are not willing to compromise on the remaining
Marc> differences of opinion. I think the only way to move forward at this
Marc> point is to prepare to vote on the two proposals. Are there any
Yes. The two half-baked proposals don't contain near enough detail,
and represent decisions along multiple axes. (Moreover, neither
proposal represents the end of even a strain of the discussion.) I
also believe that almost nobody has a complete grasp of what the
issues are, as misunderstandings still abounded on the most recent
discussion. Moreover, about half the editors didn't even participate
seriously in the (most important aspects of the) discussion (including
you), and they'll need to be if we want to resolve this in a way that
doesn't fracture us even further.
Also, it's not true that the discussion hasn't moved. I've had a
number of private email exchanges and phone conversations since
November. I've been working on a write-up for the Wiki presenting the
various controversial issues, which I intend to post in the next
couple of days.
Cheers =8-} Mike
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