[erlang-questions] Elixir community, please be more responsible; Erlang community, please demand it.
Sat Mar 23 17:46:21 CET 2019
I hear ya... I was being lazy :) I see who it is and I have to wonder
if some of what he said was in gest? Maybe just didn't come across
right? I hope so :(
On 3/23/19 11:44 AM, Oliver Korpilla wrote:
> I'd prefer no calling out of the name, what good will that do?
> *Gesendet:* Samstag, 23. März 2019 um 17:36 Uhr
> *Von:* "Bryan Paxton" <starbelly@REDACTED>
> *An:* arif@REDACTED, erlang-questions@REDACTED
> *Betreff:* Re: [erlang-questions] Elixir community, please be more
> responsible; Erlang community, please demand it.
> Who was the speaker?
> On 3/23/19 11:13 AM, arif@REDACTED wrote:
> > Yesterday I attended the Code Beam Lite conference in Bologna, Italy. It
> > ended with a keynote by an Elixir Core Team member, entitled "Elixir
> > Architecture 101".
> > At the end of an otherwise interesting talk, which started with the
> > presenter saying he hated Erlang (some in the audience found it funny)
> > and in which he occasionally made fun of Joe and of the perceived
> > shortcomings of Erlang, I couldn’t help wonder where Elixir was in all
> > that talk, since the “Elixir” architecture presented, was practically
> > OTP.
> > I find this very much in bad taste and not helpful towards a beneficial
> > sharing and spreading of knowledge. I don’t know if the Code of Conduct
> > of the Code Beam conferences contemplates this, but I would favour
> > forbidding it.
> > If Elixir has something good to offer, and I think it has, let its
> > community showcase that, advance the common good and knowledge, and not
> > promote its cause through what, in my eyes, would amount to plagiarism,
> > viz. letting things pass for Elixir, when they are Erlang/OTP, nor
> > through ridiculing anyone or anything, least of all the very things or
> > persons that made it even possible. It not only looks childish to me, I
> > believe it is also damaging to the many excellent minds in the very
> > Elixir community.
> > Elixir community, please be more responsible; Erlang community, please
> > demand it.
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