[erlang-questions] benchmarks game harsh criticism

Bengt Kleberg <>
Fri Dec 7 14:13:07 CET 2007


greetings,

your 2 questions are perfectly fine questions. i will answer them now 
that you have explained that they are not asides i should ignore. 
however, first i want to reach a conclusion to the current subject we 
are discussing.

is that ok?


bengt
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On 12/06/07 16:35, Isaac Gouy wrote:
> --- Bengt Kleberg <> wrote:
> 
>> i know that you do not appreciate meta discussions, but i see no way
>> to avoid it.
>>
>> taking your suggested action i ignored (if you did not write ignore,
>> and think that the exact word is really important, let me know which
>> word to use) the 2 asides in the previous email. there was nothing
>> else, so i had nothing to write.
>>
>> perhaps you did not envision this situation when you suggested the
>> action?
>>
>> if this is not enough to make you get back to the subject under 
>> discussion, please let me know.
> 
> 
> I asked two direct questions, if you wish not to answer them that's up
> to you.
> 
> You keep claiming that the benchmarks game does not have sufficiently
> many measuring points during benchmarking to be able to spot anomalous
> behaviour. 
> 
> Let me explain it to you one more time - /we know/ that the benchmarks
> game's 3 measuring points /were sufficient/ to spot anomalous behaviour
> in some binary-trees programs because that is how someone spotted the
> anomalous behaviour!
> 
> There's no particular reason you would have known that is how the
> anomalous behaviour was detected, but now you do know - you now know
> that the benchmarks game measuring points have been sufficient to spot
> anomolous behaviour, your claim is untrue.
> 
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