[iyonix-support] Re: Problem installing Firefox-2-r2

  • From: Alan Leighton <alan.leighton2@xxxxxxxxxxxx>
  • To: iyonix-support@xxxxxxxxxxxxx
  • Date: Sun, 11 Mar 2007 15:38:44 GMT

In message <c33bf6c14e.peter@xxxxxxxxxx>
          Peter Naulls <peter@xxxxxxxxxx> wrote:

> In message <1421f5c14e.SoftInfo@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
>           Jeremy Brayshaw <jeremy@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
>> In message <f149f2c14e.HzN@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
>>           Iyonix.2006a@xxxxxxxxx wrote:
>> > In message <f38a90c14e.peter@xxxxxxxxxx>
>> >           Peter Naulls <peter@xxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
>> > 
>> >> > This will be my last posting on this topic - promise!
>> > 
>> > [snip everything else]
>> > 
>> > The last posting here from Peter Naulls replying to mind kind of forces
>> > a reply, but as I promised to stop with this topic I will not reply.
> I fear this is just an attempt to have the last word.
>> A wise move. From my experience, you'll not gain anything - Peter has
>> his own view of the world that no-one will shift. Much like many
>> others here, sadly.
> Ah great, we're now into personal insults, how predictable.  Throwing
> those around with phrases like "world view" won't fix Firefox issues,
> nor will it gloss over the very serious problems that RISC OS has.  If
> you're going to reply, reply to some of the points I made, instead of
> falling to the lowest common denominator of personal insults.
>> The good news is that Paul's article remains in situ and will help may
>> non-technical people to get FF working.
> It's only good news if you ignore everything which I said about the
> faults with it, and the approach.   In the long run, it'll make things
> worse, and probably already has.
> Meanwhile, I have many many years of experience with software
> development, and have been right again and again when looking at these
> kinds of issues. It's great that the armchair experts such as yourself
> dismiss this out of hand.
> If you'd like to take over Firefox support, then that can be arranged,
> and I can go away for a while, and do something far more productive.
> After all, you have experts such as Paul Vigay to guide you, you don't
> need me and my "world view".   I look forward to you releasing the next
> version.
Time gentleman please


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