[sugar] 9.1 Proposal: Persistent activity storage
Wed Oct 22 07:24:47 EDT 2008
Since I presume we don't object to 'supporting our software' perhaps
we should understand what we think the difference between 'hacks' and
'our software' is and see what is involved in transitioning code from
one state to the other. Simply selecting a slightly less pejorative
definition of 'hacks' would do that, but that doesn't actually change
anything about the code's supportability.
On Oct 21, 2008, at 11:54 PM, Michael Stone wrote:
> On Tue, Oct 21, 2008 at 09:34:00PM -0400, Mikus Grinbergs wrote:
>>>> I want to make sure we don't slow down the launch time without a
>>>> good reason.
>>> Well, how much risk and how much of Marco's, my, and Tomeu's time
>>> do you
>>> think we should squander on supporting hacks to make activities
>> I do not think making the machine appear to be more "snappy" is
>> 'squandering' of resources.
> Nor do I; my emphasis was on the 'supporting hacks'.
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