[Lispweb] Mod_lisp 2.0 released
Andrew K. Wolven
awolven at redfernlane.org
Mon Jun 18 10:14:57 CDT 2001
> From: "Andrew K. Wolven" <awolven at redfernlane.org>
> Date: Mon, 18 Jun 2001 02:14:59 -0500
> It is important to me that you note that I am not slamming Marc's
> work. I am slamming the fact that he insults the lisp community by
> perpetrating the idea that marketability through buzzwords implies
> value. I think that it is sleazy that he would go around telling
> customers that they should go with apache vs. a native lisp webserver
> beacause it saves time. This is not service, it is a scam.
> some employers save time by roughing it on the quality axis; this is
> well known on this list, i would guess. generally, amongst outwardly
> similar organizations, there is great variation in time scale, expertise
> distribution, internal cohesion, and political turmoil. this is because
> organizations, unlike defmacro expansions, are not generated by design
> but rather grown by imperfectly-aligned accretion. tool adoption is one
> way to fill in gaps, so it's not surprising to find toolsets that are
> congruent to these imperfections and still functional. congruence is a
> quality metric.
> a scam is a form of service.
and 'e pluribus unum' means 'we wallow in shit and are proud of IT'.
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