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GeneralRe: Here We Go With The Election Predictions PinmemberMike Hankey6-Nov-12 14:48 
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RantWhy are Open Source library projects all so (seemingly) anti-convenience? [Lazy Programmer Rant] PinmemberKyudos6-Nov-12 12:56 
GeneralRe: Why are Open Source library projects all so (seemingly) anti-convenience? [Lazy Programmer Rant] PinmemberKevin Marois6-Nov-12 13:19 
GeneralRe: Why are Open Source library projects all so (seemingly) anti-convenience? [Lazy Programmer Rant] PinmemberKyudos6-Nov-12 13:35 
GeneralRe: Why are Open Source library projects all so (seemingly) anti-convenience? [Lazy Programmer Rant] PinmemberCésar de Souza6-Nov-12 13:24 
GeneralRe: Why are Open Source library projects all so (seemingly) anti-convenience? [Lazy Programmer Rant] PinmemberSuper Lloyd6-Nov-12 13:37 
GeneralRe: Why are Open Source library projects all so (seemingly) anti-convenience? [Lazy Programmer Rant] PinmemberKyudos6-Nov-12 13:47 
They could use VS Express perhaps? But surely, providing support for 'consumerist' developers running Windows and using VS would substantially increase their potential pool of contributors? Which I would think they would see as a benefit.
 
The 'OS project must only use OS tools' attitude again seems needlessly self-limiting to me. OK, support other OS projects, but not to the exclusion of a potentially large pool of time-poor developers!
GeneralRe: Why are Open Source library projects all so (seemingly) anti-convenience? [Lazy Programmer Rant] PinprotectorMarc Clifton6-Nov-12 13:55 
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