[Interest] L Word
maxmaini at gmail.com
Thu Apr 29 13:19:19 CEST 2021
Yeah, maybe that's part of the problem but, as you said, the solution
should be simple: he leaves the mailing list
or, if that's not possible, the admins "make him leave".
On top, with his ramblings and often totally wrong assertions (the
"April's fool link"-gate scandal has been absolutely
hilarious, almost as the subsequent attempt to regain some
credibility, yeah .. nice try) he has now managed to scare
the hell out of me the next time I'll be tied to a medical device: the
mere chance he may be behind it now makes me
extremely nervous. Even if it's only a blood pressure monitor.
Losing valuable people in the mailing list and, at some point, the
mailing list at all is like throwing away a Ferrari
because a pidgeon keeps shitting on it. I'd argue that getting rid of
the pidgeon is a more sensible solution.
On Thu, 29 Apr 2021 at 12:05, Bernhard Lindner
<private at bernhard-lindner.de> wrote:
> The main problem isn't trolling. The main problem is: Roland comes from a completely
> different world. The world of functional safety. This world is difficult and a completely
> different from conventional software development. It is particularly different from
> smartphone and web development. And it doesn't have much to do with desktop software
> development. I have also been in this world for more than 3 years. A world where
> programming is the least important thing. Where documentation is important. And the law.
> And prison. And accuracy and multi-level tests and reliability and verification and
> validation and standards. And many years of support. And certifications. A person who has
> worked in this world for a long time has different priorities. Roland calls this "True
> Software Engineering".
> Obviously, Qt has nothing to do with this type of software engineering. And it's obviously
> not suitable for functional safety (at least not if you take it seriously).
> What I don't understand is why Roland doesn't just leave the mailing list and forget about
> Qt. Qt is not suitable for use in his industrial sector, so I can't understand why he
> spends so much time writing about the conflict between the reality of Qt and the reality
> of his industrial sector. If I were him, I would have given up trying to influence Qt's
> strategy a long time ago.
> (Actually, I'm about to give up my hopes for desktop development with Qt).
> So, Roland, why are you keeping the conflicts going?
> Best Regards,
> Bernhard Lindner
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