[Pharo-users] The results are in!

Pavel Krivanek pavel.krivanek at gmail.com
Sun Feb 9 02:41:28 EST 2020


so 8. 2. 2020 v 23:33 odesílatel horrido <horrido.hobbies at gmail.com> napsal:

> So this forum is only for Pharo newcomers who have questions? Seems rather
> limiting.
>
> When I join other language forums, I look for information about the
> language
> I'm investigating as a newcomer. This can include the language's
> capabilities, limitations, real-world usage, new tools, philosophical
> basis,
> and so on. General information across a broad spectrum of topics.
>
> And, yes, even trivia and factoids that I might find interesting. I
> appreciate that you don't find this interesting, but other forum visitors
> may.
>
> If the Pharo users forum wants to, it could do something as draconian as
> StackOverflow does: put a tight leash on submitted questions and boot out
> everybody who doesn't comply. This is one reason I don't go to
> StackOverflow
> very often — they aren't welcoming to people who just want to learn general
> things.
>
> I've told my readers that the Pharo users forum is welcoming. Please don't
> make a liar out of me.
>

We do not need to make a liar out of you. See your old e-mails:







*So, is Pharo being used to fight Ebola? Not exactly, but who cares?
I'mtrying to change people's perception. I'm trying to *move* them. If I
haveto exaggerate, I will do so.Has everybody heard of Smalltalk? Of course
not. And it doesn't matter. I'mtaking /literary licence/. As a writer and a
marketer, I am allowed to dothis.*

-- Pavel

Guillermo Polito wrote
> > Hi Richard,
> >
> > I’d like to invite you to refrain yourself from posting such off-topic
> > messages in the future.
> >
> > This list is for people to *ask* questions about Pharo. Not to diffuse
> any
> > kind of propaganda (pharo related or not).
> > You’re not asking a question about Pharo, nor answering a question about
> > Pharo.
> > So I personally find all these emails off-topic and uninteresting.
> >
> > I have the feeling this list has been lately flooded with such off-topic
> > messages.
> > And this only chases off this list people really interested about the
> main
> > topic of the list (like me).
> >
> > Maybe this shows this competition / PR campaign you’re running needs
> > another channel?
> > I know you don’t agree, but I invite you to read here the **purpose** of
> > this list, just for respect to people subscribed to it:
> >    https://lists.pharo.org/mailman/listinfo/pharo-users_lists.pharo.org
> > <
> https://lists.pharo.org/mailman/listinfo/pharo-users_lists.pharo.org>
> >
> > Thanks for your comprehension,
> > Guille
> >
> >> El 8 feb 2020, a las 19:12, Richard Kenneth Eng <
>
> > horrido.hobbies@
>
> > > escribió:
> >>
> >> Round 1 — #1 Leading Team: https://youtu.be/QWHeN5WXfBQ
> >> <https://youtu.be/QWHeN5WXfBQ>
> >>
> >> I'm actually quite amazed by their effort. They surpassed my
> >> expectations.
> >>
> >> At the risk of sounding immodest, I think this is a terrific way to
> >> promote Smalltalk (Pharo). I think the video is an absolute blast.
> >>
> >> Richard
>
>
>
>
>
> --
> Sent from: http://forum.world.st/Pharo-Smalltalk-Users-f1310670.html
>
>
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