[erlang-questions] RFC The Computer Nonsense Guide

Jean Chassoul jchassoul@REDACTED
Mon Jun 11 00:12:01 CEST 2018

Hi Grzegorz,

Thanks for stop for a few minutes into the guide,

The work will perhaps only be understood by those who have themselves
already thought the thoughts which are expressed in it, or similar
It is therefore not a guidebook maybe a gateway?. Its objective would be
attained if it afforded pleasure to one who read it with understanding.
Indeed what I have here makes no claim to novelty in points or details; and
that is why I give you no sources, if the bits have value it consists in
that thoughts are expressed in it, and this value will be the greater the
better the thoughts are expressed.

Thanks for your email and the feedback.


On Sun, Jun 10, 2018 at 11:07 AM, Grzegorz Junka <list1@REDACTED> wrote:

> On 01/06/2018 21:28, Jean Chassoul wrote:
>> Hope you all have fun on Stockholm this week,
>> and now for something completely different: a request for comments and
>> feedback from the Latin American jungle.
>> https://github.com/nonsensews/guide/wiki
>> Jean
> Hi Jean,
> After spending a few minutes I still don't know what this guide is trying
> to guide me to. Is this a joke? Some existential narrative? A software? A
> framework? An idea? Do I need it? Why should I care?
> I would need to know what you are trying to introduce before I can decide
> if I would have enough expertise or interest to evaluate the guide and of
> course if I would want to invest more than those few minutes to read it
> more fully.
> That would my feedback so far.
> Thanks
> GrzegorzJ
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