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March 10, 2006
No more lessequal software
I am ceasing the development of akide and everything. I've published my 
latest developments of akide because it is developed with DWT and 
contains (in my opinion) some fresh ideas, so maybe it could be useful 
for someone. Here:
http://www.lessequal.com/software

My sincere apologies to the whole D community for my fail to contribute 
to this great language and community in the future.

-bobef
March 11, 2006
Re: No more lessequal software
In article <dusj1a$23qh$1@digitaldaemon.com>, bobef says...
>
>I am ceasing the development of akide and everything. I've published my 
>latest developments of akide because it is developed with DWT and 
>contains (in my opinion) some fresh ideas, so maybe it could be useful 
>for someone. Here:
>http://www.lessequal.com/software
>
>My sincere apologies to the whole D community for my fail to contribute 
>to this great language and community in the future.

Maybe, just maybe, you could contribute to, say, Poseidon, or another one (no
matter which but we should peek one). IMHO we should unite our strengths to make
a success in the field. There's more than one project for the same thing and
everyone of them lacks features and are in beta (and will be unfinished and
abandoned eventually). D community is still small to be so disperse.

Tom;
March 11, 2006
Re: No more lessequal software
Tom wrote:
> In article <dusj1a$23qh$1@digitaldaemon.com>, bobef says...
>> I am ceasing the development of akide and everything. I've published my 
>> latest developments of akide because it is developed with DWT and 
>> contains (in my opinion) some fresh ideas, so maybe it could be useful 
>> for someone. Here:
>> http://www.lessequal.com/software
>>
>> My sincere apologies to the whole D community for my fail to contribute 
>> to this great language and community in the future.
> 
> Maybe, just maybe, you could contribute to, say, Poseidon, or another one (no
> matter which but we should peek one). IMHO we should unite our strengths to make
> a success in the field. There's more than one project for the same thing and
> everyone of them lacks features and are in beta (and will be unfinished and
> abandoned eventually). D community is still small to be so disperse.
> 
> Tom;

Maybe I didn't say it clear. I won't write software anymore (currently 
for fun, very soon at all)...
March 11, 2006
Re: No more lessequal software
In article <dutpd1$1c1m$1@digitaldaemon.com>, bobef says...
>
>Tom wrote:
>> In article <dusj1a$23qh$1@digitaldaemon.com>, bobef says...
>>> I am ceasing the development of akide and everything. I've published my 
>>> latest developments of akide because it is developed with DWT and 
>>> contains (in my opinion) some fresh ideas, so maybe it could be useful 
>>> for someone. Here:
>>> http://www.lessequal.com/software
>>>
>>> My sincere apologies to the whole D community for my fail to contribute 
>>> to this great language and community in the future.
>> 
>> Maybe, just maybe, you could contribute to, say, Poseidon, or another one (no
>> matter which but we should peek one). IMHO we should unite our strengths to make
>> a success in the field. There's more than one project for the same thing and
>> everyone of them lacks features and are in beta (and will be unfinished and
>> abandoned eventually). D community is still small to be so disperse.
>> 
>> Tom;
>
>Maybe I didn't say it clear. I won't write software anymore (currently 
>for fun, very soon at all)...

Ough! I'm sorry to hear that! I wonder why but I suppose that's personal...

Good luck

Tom;
March 11, 2006
Re: No more lessequal software
Tom wrote:
> In article <dutpd1$1c1m$1@digitaldaemon.com>, bobef says...
>> Tom wrote:
>>> In article <dusj1a$23qh$1@digitaldaemon.com>, bobef says...
>>>> I am ceasing the development of akide and everything. I've published my 
>>>> latest developments of akide because it is developed with DWT and 
>>>> contains (in my opinion) some fresh ideas, so maybe it could be useful 
>>>> for someone. Here:
>>>> http://www.lessequal.com/software
>>>>
>>>> My sincere apologies to the whole D community for my fail to contribute 
>>>> to this great language and community in the future.
>>> Maybe, just maybe, you could contribute to, say, Poseidon, or another one (no
>>> matter which but we should peek one). IMHO we should unite our strengths to make
>>> a success in the field. There's more than one project for the same thing and
>>> everyone of them lacks features and are in beta (and will be unfinished and
>>> abandoned eventually). D community is still small to be so disperse.
>>>
>>> Tom;
>> Maybe I didn't say it clear. I won't write software anymore (currently 
>> for fun, very soon at all)...
> 
> Ough! I'm sorry to hear that! I wonder why but I suppose that's personal...
> 
> Good luck
> 
> Tom;


Go to his site to find out why.  I feel for bobef.  He's thinking about 
things that people rarely want to think about.  My hope is that his 
search leads him to the right path (I believe there is only one).  There 
are many "answers" in this world that do not satisfy the question. The 
task is not easy and few are sensitive to it.

-JJR
March 12, 2006
Re: No more lessequal software
In article <duuqd9$69s$1@digitaldaemon.com>, John Reimer says...
>
>Tom wrote:
>> In article <dutpd1$1c1m$1@digitaldaemon.com>, bobef says...
>>> Tom wrote:
>>>> In article <dusj1a$23qh$1@digitaldaemon.com>, bobef says...
>>>>> I am ceasing the development of akide and everything. I've published my 
>>>>> latest developments of akide because it is developed with DWT and 
>>>>> contains (in my opinion) some fresh ideas, so maybe it could be useful 
>>>>> for someone. Here:
>>>>> http://www.lessequal.com/software
>>>>>
>>>>> My sincere apologies to the whole D community for my fail to contribute 
>>>>> to this great language and community in the future.
>>>> Maybe, just maybe, you could contribute to, say, Poseidon, or another one (no
>>>> matter which but we should peek one). IMHO we should unite our strengths to make
>>>> a success in the field. There's more than one project for the same thing and
>>>> everyone of them lacks features and are in beta (and will be unfinished and
>>>> abandoned eventually). D community is still small to be so disperse.
>>>>
>>>> Tom;
>>> Maybe I didn't say it clear. I won't write software anymore (currently 
>>> for fun, very soon at all)...
>> 
>> Ough! I'm sorry to hear that! I wonder why but I suppose that's personal...
>> 
>> Good luck
>> 
>> Tom;
>
>
>Go to his site to find out why.  I feel for bobef.  He's thinking about 
>things that people rarely want to think about.  My hope is that his 
>search leads him to the right path (I believe there is only one).  There 
>are many "answers" in this world that do not satisfy the question. The 
>task is not easy and few are sensitive to it.

Luckily I believe I'm very sensitive to this and I suffer for the people
(beloved people) who doesn't even do the slightest effort to see beyond their
noses, hence they doesn't share my philosophy of life. I've learned to live with
that but I've certainly not lose my sensitiveness.

Sorry about the possible ambiguity in the former paragraph but it's very
difficult to me to express deep thoughts in English (since Spanish is my
everyday language) :) 


Tom;
March 12, 2006
Re: No more lessequal software
John Reimer says...
>
>Tom wrote:
>> In article <dutpd1$1c1m$1@digitaldaemon.com>, bobef says...
>>> Tom wrote:
>>>> In article <dusj1a$23qh$1@digitaldaemon.com>, bobef says...
>>>>> I am ceasing the development of akide and everything. I've published my 
>>>>> latest developments of akide because it is developed with DWT and 
>>>>> contains (in my opinion) some fresh ideas, so maybe it could be useful 
>>>>> for someone. Here:
>>>>> http://www.lessequal.com/software
>>>>>
>>>>> My sincere apologies to the whole D community for my fail to contribute 
>>>>> to this great language and community in the future.
>>>> Maybe, just maybe, you could contribute to, say, Poseidon, or another one (no
>>>> matter which but we should peek one). IMHO we should unite our strengths to make
>>>> a success in the field. There's more than one project for the same thing and
>>>> everyone of them lacks features and are in beta (and will be unfinished and
>>>> abandoned eventually). D community is still small to be so disperse.
>>>>
>>>> Tom;
>>> Maybe I didn't say it clear. I won't write software anymore (currently 
>>> for fun, very soon at all)...
>> 
>> Ough! I'm sorry to hear that! I wonder why but I suppose that's personal...
>> 
>> Good luck
>> 
>> Tom;
>
>
>Go to his site to find out why.  I feel for bobef.  He's thinking about 
>things that people rarely want to think about.  My hope is that his 
>search leads him to the right path (I believe there is only one).  There 
>are many "answers" in this world that do not satisfy the question. The 
>task is not easy and few are sensitive to it.
>
>-JJR

Well said, JJR.

josé
March 12, 2006
Re: No more lessequal software
"bobef" <bobef@lessequal.com> wrote in message 
news:dutpd1$1c1m$1@digitaldaemon.com...
> Maybe I didn't say it clear. I won't write software anymore (currently for 
> fun, very soon at all)...

I'm sorry you're going. I read your web site, but don't understand your 
reason.
March 12, 2006
Re: No more lessequal software
Walter Bright wrote:
> "bobef" <bobef@lessequal.com> wrote in message 
> news:dutpd1$1c1m$1@digitaldaemon.com...
> 
>>Maybe I didn't say it clear. I won't write software anymore (currently for 
>>fun, very soon at all)...
> 
> 
> I'm sorry you're going. I read your web site, but don't understand your 
> reason. 
> 
> 

I didn't get it either.
All I understood is that he wants to do other things with his life than 
coding, and/or he feels he's wasting his time with coding.
March 12, 2006
Re: No more lessequal software
"Walter Bright" <newshound@digitalmars.com> wrote in message 
news:dv0gjd$2ng8$2@digitaldaemon.com...
>
> "bobef" <bobef@lessequal.com> wrote in message 
> news:dutpd1$1c1m$1@digitaldaemon.com...
>> Maybe I didn't say it clear. I won't write software anymore (currently 
>> for fun, very soon at all)...
>
> I'm sorry you're going. I read your web site, but don't understand your 
> reason.

One wise guy told me once that real man have only two real joys in his life:
love and creativity.  Probably bobef went for first one?

But frequently people think that they contradict each other ...
which is just wrong, IMO.

BTW: this guy spent four months orbiting this ball - he got some
time to study idea of eternity and the like.

Andrew Fedoniouk.
http://terrainformatica.com
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