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[spoon-discuss] Re: [Spoon-business] The Daily Recognizer (Tuesday evening)

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On Wednesday 02 April 2003 12:15 am, David E. Smith wrote:

> Dave goes on a rant about how f---ing silly things like Automation Scripts
> that create proxies-for-sale and society-dictated voting for players that
> haven't actually played in most of a calendar year really is. If you want
> to play, show up and play, all on your own. Yes, you, sit down in front of
> a computer for a few minutes every few days, skim over the list, make some
> proposals, send in some snappy comments, whatever. but actually PLAY.
> Automation Scripts basically just annoy me (because I have to keep track
> of 'em and actually implement all their requests), and the continued abuse
> of the comatose Iain (who, for all we know, could in fact, IRL, be
> comatose, since nobody has actually heard from em in appx. forever), are
> coming very close indeed to triggering my temper. Actually, I think the
> whole damn game is becoming a bit too complex for anyone to keep up and
> still call it a hobby; it may be time for D Nomic (I'm skipping C so that
> the object-oriented wonks don't get any ideas).

C isn't OO :P It does have structures though...
struct gridsquare {
SET contains;
int x,y;
enum gridtypes type;
:P I do think C style comments would be nice, though; no particular reason.

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