On Sun, 24 Apr 2005 02:44, A. Pagaltzis wrote:
I disagree completely. I probably agree with the
intent of what
you’re saying, but I can’t let this statement stand as is.
Architecture astronautics lead to a lot of entropy for not much
gain. Frameworks are helpful when they try to address a problem,
not when they try to make you build your application around them.
... What I was saying is that when I see “flexible
framework”, that *usually* means there’s some architecture
astronaut at work.
And now for a completely off-topic note, Joel in the article shares
my healthy disregard for many online journalists:
"... with the imbecile business journalists dripping with glee as
they copy each other's stories: "Peer To Peer: Dead!"
I've said this once; though not nearly as well.
I still often read:
" ... open source software, written by programmers in their spare
time and made freely available blah ..."
"Sun is still the largest contributor to the project with
some 50 developers in Germany, followed by Novell with about 10
contributors, and only four active community developers."
|___ even took me by surprise.
 Not worth a new thread sorry.