[Interest] the path forward - that 7 year thing - was, , , willy-nilly
roland at logikalsolutions.com
Mon Apr 12 13:59:50 CEST 2021
On 4/2/21 5:00 AM, Giuseppe D'Angelo wrote:
> (Is there a conflict of intents here because of the massive support to
> the Qt Project? I can't see how -- if anything, one could say that the
> commercial decisions may drive the decisions in the Qt Project,
> certainly NOT that the Qt Project has the power to "sabotage" the
> commercial decisions!)
Well, when you dropped RHEL 6 you sabotaged commercial support for it.
Try fully ripping out QML. Not just conditionally compiled out. Not just
"don't use it." Fully rip it out of the OpenSource product and all
support for it such that QtC has to add it back in for every release.
>The combination of monitor+Qt is by definition part of the environment
(as far as the end-user application is concerned). Changing a monitor is
changing the environment.
No, it's not.
> But wait, don't your practices tell you that you should've run a risk
analysis, filed in the holy 29 documents (all named with fancy
acronyms,I'm sure), get an independent certification and applied the new
cover sheet on your TPS reports (didn't you get the memo?) before
approving the purchase of a new monitor model on a life-critical
That statement makes it painfully obvious you never learned Software
No. Replacing one monitor with one of equal or higher capability does
not meet definition of RISK. "Screens look like crap" does not meet the
definition of RISK.
"Unable to read data placing patient at risk" does meet the definition
Replacing with a lesser capability monitor does meet the definition of
RISK because a 640x480 screen may not fit everything that was on the
Roland Hughes, President
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