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Re: some thoughts about the future of Octave

From: A S Hodel
Subject: Re: some thoughts about the future of Octave
Date: Wed, 13 Dec 2000 15:48:44 -0600
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> on 12/13/00 3:31 PM, John A. Turner at address@hidden wrote:

>>>>>> "JC" == Cardoso  <iso-8859-1>:
> JC> John Eaton has always been concerned with both the code "quality"  and
> JC> the code correcteness. In my opinion, this approach has keep away from
> JC> Octave many potential developers.
> I'm not sure what you mean by this, but I would hope that any potential
> developers *not* concerned with code quality and correctness *continue* to
> stay away from the project

I agree.  Some level of peer review for code submissions to Octave needs to
be upheld.  To date, that peer review has been jwe first, other users later.
I've been embarassed by some lousy code here and there that I've written,
and wouldn't want checks on code submission to be lost.

A S Hodel Assoc. Prof. Dept Elec. Comp. Eng.  Auburn Univ, AL 36849-5201
(334) 844-1854 Fax -1809Šþscotte

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