On Sun, 23 May 1999 at 22:52, Roger B.A. Klorese wrote about "Re: Mj2 post...":
> > Jason isn't saying this is something which Mj2 shouldn't support, he's
> > saying he doesn't see the need, and because he doesn't see the need he's
> > not going to write the code for it.
> There's a fundamental question being raised here, though: whether Jason is
> deciding what to put in based on the needs HE sees or based on the needs
> HIS USERS see -- by which I mean not us but the subscribers to his lists.
Well, I think the bottom-line is that since Jason is doing all (certainly
most) of the programming, he can certainly decide what gets put in based
on whatever HE wants. If he decides to put in what his users want, then
that's great. If he decides to put in only what he wants, then thats fine
as well. Once there's more people contributing code (I'm not, so I really
can't complain) then the decisions can be based on different things.
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